Indian Džadav Pajeng, an activist for environmental and forest ranger, is over 30 years of his life dedicated to the reforestation of the island Madžule on the river Brahmaputra. Due to deforestation and erosion over the last century there has been a decrease in the island’s surface. The Indian government has started the process of afforestation, but the project was abandoned in 1983. However, Pajeng continued to work independently to preserve the island. The first was planted bamboo, and then he started on the island yields and seedlings of other plants. The result of his decades of effort is 550 hectares covered by dense vegetation that is home to many animal species, and got its name – noise Molaj.