They collect 50% of the trees that are reaped in Norway. Celebrated authors like booker champ Martyoth Atwood have presented the original copy

Future Library Norway
Future Library Norway

100 years prior, Norway was battling with an extreme natural emergency. 

Here the plants are progressively wrapped up. Were beginning. Individuals were procuring woodlands fiercely for their requirements. At one time it was with the end goal that individuals felt like this, there is no single tree here. Will endure Then individuals mounted the drive Trees have not been cut for a considerable length of time. Consistently in Norway, we plant more trees. Goes, half of it is cut. Office | Oslo, European nation is building a future library in Norway. For this, a thousand pine trees have been planted in the Nordmark timberland of Oslo. Following 100 years, 100 books will be distributed on paper produced using these trees. By at that point, they will enable no one to peruse the compositions of these books kept in the library. In reality, this is a piece of the 'For the Two Future Library' plan made by Scotland craftsman Katie Paterson four years back. Under 100 years, 100 essayists will present their organizations to them. They will guard them in an extraordinary wooden room in Oslo's New Public Dechmanske Library. Individuals will almost certainly observe these manifestations in the rack, yet they won't most likely perused it. We will distribute these pieces one by one from year 2114. With respect to design, Katie Paterson clarifies that its motivation isn't to secure condition, yet additionally persistence. This arrangement advises us that we ought not work in the present. Similarly as we set up our kids for the future, similarly these sytheses will likewise prompt who and what is to come. The principal commitment in this library was given by Margaret Atwood, the amazing essayist of Canada's Booker Prize victor. He has presented a novel 'Scribner Moon'. This epic will be distributed in 2114. Atwood says, "Taking an interest in this arrangement was the most critical snapshot of my life. I sense that I have shrouded my piece in the dirt simply like a little tyke.