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Calandula stops the progression of ravines with the planting of around 1000 trees

The municipality of Calandula decided to stop the progression of ravines by planting trees. To this end, the municipal administration reported that approximately 1000 acacia and eucalyptus trees were planted since October last year.

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"Around 1000 trees of the acacia and eucalyptus species have been planted since October last year, in the sede, Cuale and Cota communes, in the municipality of Calandula, with a view to containing the progression of small and medium-sized ravines that are appearing in the aforementioned localities", reads a statement from the municipal administration, to which VerAngola had access.

Alongside the planting action, the note adds, the Municipal Directorate of Environment and Basic Sanitation also ended up developing some actions aimed at raising awareness among citizens about the "correct way of packaging waste, as well as cleaning campaigns in places with greater focus waste".

Miriam Chamborim do Nascimento, municipal director of Environment and Basic Sanitation, cited in the note, said that the municipal administration will continue to "pay particular attention to issues relating to safeguarding the environment and managing impacts and risks".

It should be noted that last Wednesday marked National Environment Day.

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