Old legends associated with beautiful peaks of Mount Kumgang.
The variety of products made with recycled plastic is growing at the Phyongchon Essential Goods Factory.
Green technology and eco-friendly architecture was thoroughly introduced in the construction of Ryomyong Street in Pyongyang.
Many districts in Pyongyang have built waste disposal plants for the recycling of waste materials.
Biodiversity is increasing in the Rason area thanks to the consistent policy of the state for strictly protecting the environment.
Every year in the Rason area, over 50,000 waterbirds are observed annually including many globally threatened species.
Students of Kwangbogui Chollikil Junior Middle School are planting thousands of trees, a genuine and significant patriotic act.
The Taedonggang Combined Fruit Farm has become a sea of white blossoms with the arrival of Spring.
Tree sapling production base completed in North Hwanghae Province.
Established in 1995, the bird reserve in Mundok County of South Phyongan Province is a critical point in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway
The Ogasan Nature Reserve is being wonderfully preserved by the state.
The Sukchon County Forest Management Station is producing tens of tons of farmyard manure, sharply reducing dependence on chemical fertilizers.
Countless tree nurseries constructed or rebuilt across the country, turning once barren mountains into ones which are treasures of the nation.
Incredible efforts being taken by the state and units across the country to produce more electricity from renewable sources and in particular solar.
Artists visit one of Pyongyang’s most beautiful areas to paint and admire.
The West Pyongyang Fold is a natural monument of the DPRK.
Recycling is one of the most important activities of humankind at present.
Volcanic bombs and carbonized trees can be found in the Paektu area with a long history of volcanic activity.
Pyongyang is in full bloom and along with it comes bright spring colors of traditional Korean dress.
Brisk activities under way across the DPRK to produce more electricity from renewable energy sources.
Many beautiful and interesting geological spots have been formed in the Paektu area from its history of volcanic activity.
Chairman wonderfully guided construction of a tree nursery with a production capacity of over 20 million saplings annually.
Phungsan is a treasured dog unique to the Korean nation, widely known for its intelligence and loyalty.
Kimilsungia shines along with the august name of President Kim Il Sung.
Soyonji and Mudu hills are some of the peculiar geological formations in the Paektu area from its history of volcanic activity.