The “Green Marathon”, initiated by Vice-President of Heydar Aliyev Foundation, and founder of IDEA Public Union Mrs. Leyla Aliyeva, was launched on November 5, 2014.
The main purpose of the marathon is to eradicate the threats caused by the decrease of green areas, and to contribute to the protection of environment by promoting tree planting.
According to the project, trees will be planted during the next two planting seasons (in November and late March – early April), and the Marathon will finish at the beginning of May.
Executive authorities of 76 regions and cities of the Republic of Azerbaijan are expected to participate in the project and an estimated more than a million trees will be planted in the course of this marathon.
Since its establishment, IDEA Public Union has paid special attention to the protection and enlargement of green areas and has successfully implemented a number of projects to this end.
The “Green Marathon”, initiated by Vice-President of Heydar Aliyev Foundation, and founder of IDEA Public Union Mrs. Leyla Aliyeva, was launched on November 5, 201
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To provide sustainability in the rehabilitation of Absheron lakes, according to the Decree ‘On Measures to improve the environmental situation of Zigh lake’ of the President of the Republic Ilham Aliyev dated 15 October, 2014, realization of works for rehabilitation of the aforementioned lake has started.
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