Future of the Environment

Pakistan's tree-planting push has a sweetener: more honey

Beekeeper Muhammad Asif Ali looks at a piece of honeycomb at Changa Manga Forest in Pakistan’s eastern Punjab province, around 75 km from Lahore, June 3, 2020. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Imran Mukhtar

Imran Mukhtar

Freelance Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Beekeepers Bilal Hussain and Muhammad Asif Ali prepare to collect honey from a beehive at Changa Manga Forest, around 75 km southwest of Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore, June 3, 2020. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Imran Mukhtar
Beekeeper Muhammad Asif Ali assesses the weight of a piece of honeycomb before placing it in his bucket at Changa Manga Forest in Pakistan’s eastern Punjab province, 75 km from provincial capital Lahore, June 3, 2020. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Imran Mukhtar

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