Capital Development Authority (CDA) has so far planted over 400,000 saplings across the federal capital under the Clean and GreenRead more
Pakistan broke the record of planting 50,000 saplings in a minute to not only surpass their neighboring country (India) butRead more
As many as 1,400 saplings were planted in one day at Multipurpose Hall and Rural Health Centre (RHC), Chak NoRead more
The Punjab government has set a target of planting 50 million saplings during the monsoon tree plantation campaign that wouldRead more
According to Forest Department, approximately 40 million saplings would be planted during monsoon plantation drive in KP under PTI Government flagship 10 billion trees afforestration projectRead more
Secretary Forest South Punjab Sarfraz Hussain Magassi said that over 21.8 million saplings will be planted during spring tree-plantation driveRead more
10 billion Tree Tsunami Pakistan To Plant 3.5M Saplings In A Single Day and “We must first make Pakistan greenRead more
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Forest Department has planned to create 25,000 job opportunities for youth in green sector to achieve plantation target of 190.5 million saplings underRead more
The Ministry of Climate Change has marked a plan to plant over 142 million saplings during the forthcoming tree plantationRead more
STAFF REPORT ISB: Over 80 percent work on the Olive Cultivation Project has been completed so far in the selected areas during past two and a half years, PARC Member Coordination and Monitoring and National Project Director Olive, Dr. Munir said.
"Plantation of 310,000 olive plants at an area of 1260 hectares has been completed so far and as per the project the plantation would be carried out on 1500 hectares of land in the selected area," he said while commenting on the
STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan is a forest-deficient country and only 5.2 per cent of the area is covered with forests. Although millions of saplings have been planted in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad this year, the country is still far from achieving an optimal percentage of its land covered by forests.
"The sapling needs care which can be provided with water and fertilizers," said a teacher at the Arid Agriculture University’s Department of Environmental Science