Hyderabad, July 25: Various part of the country suffering from Natural Calamities due to climate change. Currently, many parts have been grieved by the flood. Concerning about such issues, Andhra Pradesh is planning to plant trees along the National Highways to provide green cover which will help combat climate change.
Andhra Pradesh Government made two proposals to National Highways Authority of India for the development of greenery along the sides of National Highways.
The two proposals are Plantation and beautification along National Highways through AP Urban Greening and Beautification Corporation Limited and Plantation and maintenance along National Highway 44 (Hyderabad – Bangalore section) through Forest Department, Andhra Pradesh.
National Highways Authority of India approved the Proposals for plantation and maintenance of 40 km length along NH-7 (Anantpur bypass to Chenekothapalli), 27 km length along NH-16 (Divancheruvu to Gundugolanu) and 60 km along NH-44 (Hyderabad – Bangalore section).