Redwood is some of the world’s oldest, tallest and most resilient tree. They’re aided by fire-resistant bark and pest-resistant leaves.Read more
Altogether, it’s an annual chunk of greenery roughly the size of the United Kingdom. Even when these sprawls of landRead more
Forests currently cover about 4 billion hectares area in the world constituting about 31 per cent of the earth’s landRead more
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s Global Environment Facility (GEF) announced to plant 20 million saplings of Moringa plant inRead more
WWF-Pakistan pledges to plant a total of 1.4 million trees by August 2019 through active participation of different stakeholders, localRead more
The government has set an objective of planting 100 million trees till 2021 under Prime Minister’s Green Pakistan Program. SoRead more
By Hinnan Khalid1,2, Muhammad Zia-ur-Rehman1, Muhammad Usman Khalid3 Today, the life is at the verge of the death. Polluted air, contaminatedRead more
More than 2mn indigenous trees have been planted throughout Pakistan so far as a part of Prime Minister’s Green PakistanRead more
ISLAMABAD: Under a five-year plan initiated in 2015, the agriculture department of Punjab
province is providing two million olive saplings free of charge to farmers in the Pothohar region.
The aim of the Olive Valley Project is to develop the region as an olive-growing region and
promote domestic olive oil production.
Pothohar (also often spelled Potohar, Pothwar, Potwar) is a large plateau region in north-eastern
Pakistan covering an area of 8,
STAFF REPORT ISB: Federal Minister for Climate Change Mushahid Ullah Khan has said that boosting tree plantation at all levels is must for protecting humans, animals and plants from delirious impacts of global warming.
"No matter how many trees are planted today will secure future of our existing and future generations from the devastating impacts of climate changing causing carbon emissions, particularly carbon dioxide. Failing to which will only continue to expose humans and
STAFF REPORT ISB: Dr. Qamar-Uz-Zaman, former DG Pakistan Meteorological Department, calls climate change a threat greater than terrorism for its ability to have a widespread effect on a country, even influencing economic policies and other plans for the future.
"Pakistan is an example to demonstrate the effects of climate change. It is still one of eight countries considered most vulnerable to climate change," said Dr. Qamar while talking to members of the Parliamentary Task
STAFF REPORT ABBOTTABAD: The Forest Department seems helpless as the timber mafia has continued to cut precious and old pine and cedar trees in Thandiani and Galiyat forest ranges.
Officials of the Forest Department lack the will, equipment and resources to check deforestation and they often suffer physical assault by the well-organised local groups of timber mafia who enjoy backing of influential political figures.The illegal wood cutting and timber smuggling is considered a minor
Pakistan’s population has reached 180 million, which need a huge requirement of forest products. With the passage of time it is becoming difficult to satisfy the basic necessities of life of the growing population. Being a nation, we are not giving proper attention to forest development. The existing forest area of Pakistan is 4.7 per cent, which is being depleted incessantly, due to cutting, felling of forest trees and commercial over-exploitation. Therefore, the need of tree
STAFF REPORT KHI: The Federal Urdu University has recently conducted a two-day conference on Climate Change and Bio Resources of Pakistan with the main aim to check the status of climate change and its effects on the bio resources of the country.The conference was the result of joint collaborators of GeoLink Pvt. Ltd., Karachi University, PMNH (Pakistan Museum of Natural History), Islamabad, EMPOWER, and SCCDA (Sindh Coastal Community Development Authority).Prof. Dr. Moinuddin Ahmed, the ChiefRead more
STAFF REPORT LHR: The Pakistan Oilseed Development Board (PODB) is contemplating restoration of its palm oil trees cultivation project along the coastal belt of Sindh and Balochistan in order to meet the increasing demand of edible oil and save the precious foreign exchange being spent on import of palm oil.PODB Managing Director Syed Nasir Ali Shah has recently undertook an extensive tour of the country after restoration of the department and held meetings with the stakeholders to evolve aRead more