Religious leaders back tree planting
In Uganda, religious leaders are adding their voices to the call for community tree planting. This is vital support, given the urgent need to reverse deforestation and reduce the rate of carbon dioxide build up in the atmosphere. Pius Sawa speaks to religious leaders from both Christian and Muslim faiths, about why they see care for the environment as an important part of their message.
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