March 2nd is marked as Arbor Day in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Tidal power is increasingly being harnessed in the DPRK for its energy efficiency greater than even solar or wind.
Tree nurseries in the DPRK are playing a big role in afforestation of the country as major sapling production bases.
More than 90 species of water birds can be spotted at the West Sea Barrage Habitat for Winter Birds.
Environmental protection was advanced as an important issue and major strategic task by the 8th Party Congress of the WPK.
Recycling was advanced as a major task in the new 5-year plan, putting spurs to the introduction of recycling across the DPRK.
Myohyang in North Pyongan Province sees snowfall presenting many uniquely beautiful views.
As green energy-saving architecture becomes the main trend in the DPRK, research is being done to develop environmentally friendly building materials.
Inho Rock stands in Sangwon Valley of Mt. Myohyang in the DPRK.
Famous rock stands on the seashore in Myongchon County, North Hamgyong Province.
The Pyongyang Hosiery Factory is normalizing production with the introduction of new recycling processes.
Snow adds beauty to a scenic people’s resort in the DPRK.
Indelible revolutionary footprints of the 8th Party Congress are being impressed in the beautiful virgin snow falling in the epicenter of Korean-style socialism.
A campaign has dynamically been pushed in various sectors to recycle scrap materials.
Report from the Moranbong District City Beautifications Station in Pyongyang.
Different factories and enterprises across the country are briskly engaging in the work of recycling.
Songchon County in South Phyongan Province gets more beautiful thanks to the working people’s warm love for their native villages.
Jagang Province is among the leaders in settling its electricity issue by increasingly tapping the numerous hydroelectric resources in their region.
The superb view of Lake Chon on Mt. Paektu, a pride of Korea and a scenic beauty of the world, gives national pride to the Korean people.
Pine growing since 1700 in Jagang Province of the DPRK.
A beautiful blanket of pure white snow now adorns the capital of the Korean revolution.
In the DPRK where the afforestation movement has swept the nation, researchers are paying due attention to wildlife protection and propagation.
The work of recycling resources goes full steam ahead amid nationwide concern in the DPRK.
New forests are being planted and taken care of throughout the DPRK where tree planting is being continuously intensified.
“Patriotism is not an abstract concept. It begins at home, from the tree we plant”