Some couples get happily engaged in environmental issues by ditching wasteful wedding favors, recycling 400,000 cans to pay for their nuptials, or growing all the food for their reception. But that’s all optional.

In Indonesia’s battle against rampant deforestation, there is now a West Javan law requiring that all newly wedded couples say “I do” to planting and maintaining five native trees. Wood you do all that for your honey?

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