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Plant for Pakistan

Next phase of plantation drive to start from Jan: PM’s adviser

ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Climate Change has decided to start next phase of “Plant for Pakistan” plantation drive by coming January. Adviser to the Prime Minister Malik Amin Aslam said in a statement that the government was committed to make Pakistan green and pollution-free therefore it attaches highest priority to its “ten billion tsunami tree plantation project”. He further said that post plantation care is a part and parcel of the project and we are paying special heed towards protection of these planted trees. He…

‘Govt devising plan to plant 10 billion trees countrywide’

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam on Monday said that the government is devising a plan to plant ten billion trees across the country. In a statement, he said youth are being mobilized to make the tree plantation campaign successful. The Adviser said 2.5 million saplings were planted during one day ‘Plant for Pakistan’ campaign against the set target of 1.5 million plantations. He said the government is making all out efforts along with provinces to resolve environment and water…

2.5mn saplings planted against target of 1.5mn, claims ministry

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Climate Change's countrywide campaign titled ‘Plant for Pakistan’ is said to have received an overwhelming response as around 2.5 million saplings were planted against a target of 1.5 million under the drive.  According to a press release put out by the ministry, the youth took active part in the daylong campaign to make the country greener. A total of 809,822 saplings were planted in Sindh, 278,811 in Punjab, 1,139,400 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 83,800 in Gilgit Baltistan, 30,000 in Azad Jammu…

PM launches ‘Plant for Pakistan’ campaign

ISLAMABAD: A tree plantation campaign titled 'Plant for Pakistan' has been launched across the country.  Prime Minister Imran Khan formally launched the drive by planting a sapling in Haripur district. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan was also present on the occasion. Speaking to media on the occasion, the premier said the drive is aimed to tackle challenges posed by climate change as Pakistan will be largely affected by global warming if such steps were not taken. He said 10 billion saplings will be…