If you can't see "the forest for the trees" --- today's Geo Quiz is for you.
More than one billion trees were planted worldwide this year. 1.5-6 to be exact. That statistic comes from the UN's Environment Program. The hope is that lush new forests will help counter he effects of pollution and environmental deterioration.
Ethiopia came in for praise by planting more than 700 million trees. Mexico planted 200 million, Morocco, Myanmar and Brazil each check in at around 20 million trees.
But one country, the country we want you to name, hoped to plant nearly 80 million trees in one day. Today.
This South East Asian country is made up of more than 17-thousand islands. That's more islands than Japan, the Philippines, or New Zealand. With a population of 234 million -- there was plenty of help on hand today to plant trees.
Name this archipelagic nation if you can --- else we'll plant the answer on you.