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  • Cjango Freeman 10 months ago

    India has found many ways to turn India into a shithole. Job well done India. Super power.

  • Martin 10 months ago

    We will build for China.

  • jaswant makwana 10 months ago

    Very smart.

  • mickey7411 10 months ago

    Yup this is what happens when we allow the United States be run into the ground by low IQ moronic Blacks .Turning our country into a shithole like Africa!

  • Islamic Info 10 months ago

    Long live china pak friendship

  • 93VIDEO 10 months ago

    Il faut planter des feuillus et non des résineux … La feuillus créent des nuages alors que les résineux, les pins créent de la sécheresse et envoie un ANTI-BIOTIQUE dans le sol, en effet, pas de ver de terre là où poussent des pins …

    Planter des feuillus crée des nuages et la pluie, çà modifie l'écosystème local, car un feuillu relâche beaucoup d'eau quand il le peux, et quelques molécules qui créent la pluie …. Planter des chênes dans les déserts pourrait faire pleuvoir … à bon entendeur …

  • Alisux 10 months ago

    i dont trust them

  • Roonasaur 10 months ago

    't'would be tres cool if this isn't just hype . . . (I honestly don't know, it would be awesome if they can really do this) . . . (I think this would be bigger news though if it were real . . . but then again, maybe not. Fake News and all that . . . y'know?)

  • huntlywestside 10 months ago

    Who looses water rights and constantly attend to the change?
    If there that good let them walk away for 3 months to see the full effect of wanting to make a change..
    Forcing a change in nature only causes another link to appear.
    Peace

  • Vijay Upadhaya 10 months ago

    wow

  • William Chew 10 months ago

    Money well spend and to turn mother earth into a more liveable planet.

  • Sharon Johnson 10 months ago

    This is very good and not too expensive. Let’s hope they urgently sell this technology to many poor countries experiencing desertification.

  • Zeynep Akgöl 10 months ago

    wow!

  • amatøør 10 months ago

    This makes me really happy

  • Lenny Online 10 months ago

    The massive project spanning thousands of square miles started in 1980 and will continue till 2050. They chose a variety of trees but the lirocice tree seem to thrive best in desert soil. There are a lot or reseeding as many tree varieties also died within a few years, except for the licorice tree.

  • Royal karki 10 months ago

    good job china

  • Himself Lee 10 months ago

    Thanks to John Liu.

  • Black Swan 10 months ago

    After turning cities into waste lands full of pollution?

  • michael jango 10 months ago

    First you learn to be a woman haw to take care her kids and husband this is your time to learn for your future be good housewife

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