“Patriotism is not an abstract concept. It begins at home, from the tree we plant”
Tree grown for over 300 years in Nampo is now preserved as a natural monument by the state.
Scenic spot along the Pyongyang-Wonsan Tourist Motorway named after one of Korea’s most beautiful mountains.
Countless units across the DPRK are pushing ahead with recycling, realizing its vital importance to the national economy and environmental protection.
The North Hamgyong Provincial Tree Nursery now has a capacity to produce 20 million saplings annually in all seasons of the year.
Ginkgo trees are being planted as street trees throughout the DPRK.
The Ryongsong District Forestry Management Station is working to greet the 8th Party Congress with major afforestation successes.
Workers in the DPRK are increasingly grasping that every piece of scrap reused in production makes a contribution to the nation’s material wealth.
The Marshal attaches great importance to the greening of the nation, picturing lush forested mountains covering the country before long.
Workers of the Sinuiju City Welfare Service Management Station are increasing the forest resources of the country with their sincere efforts.
Korean Ox is being more widely propagated in the DPRK where much research is made into its genetics and breeding improved species of oxen.
Researchers in the DPRK are working hard to stock seas with countless fry to increase aquatic resources.
The Koksan County Useful Animals Station in North Hwanghae Province is protecting the biodiversity of the area by propagating important wild animals.
The Pyongyang Mobile Telecommunications Bureau is directing efforts to enhancing the efficiency of solar panels.
Researchers at the Pyongyang University of Architecture are closely following world trends in creating net-zero energy buildings.
The DPRK is making every effort to give special protections to migratory birds, a critical task in todays struggle for the conservation of biological diversity.
Hydroelectric power station to contribute to development of Kangwon Province and the happy living of its residents.
An imposing and beautiful gingko tree stands in the township of Ichon County, Kangwon Province.
Hydroelectric power station inaugurated in Jagang Province, DPRK.
New hydroelectric power station completed in North Hwanghae Province.
As the trees planted by students across the nation take root and grow, so will their genuine patriotism and ardent love for their homeland.
Lake Chon is a beautiful crater lake atop Mount Paektu and is considered symbolic of the Korean people’s struggle for independence.
The production and use of natural energy in the DPRK is on a path towards exponential growth to decisively resolve the electricity issue.
Newly completed tree nursery has capacity to produce upwards of 20 million saplings annually.