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’SEPA has no record of treatment plants’

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KARACHI – The Sindh Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has no record of the treatment plants or septic tanks in the factories of the province, Sindh Water Commission (SWC) was told on Wednesday. Naeem Mughal, Additional Director General SEPA submitted a list in the commission – headed by former judge of Supreme Court Justice Amir Hani […]

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CDA strives to make Islamabad cleanest and greenest capital

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ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA ) Director Environment Irfan Niazi on Saturday said the CDA is utilizing all available resources to further strengthen the status of Islamabad as one of the cleanest and greenest cities. Due to effective Clean and Green Pakistan awareness campaign, the trend of planting saplings is increasing and citizens have started […]

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NBP plants saplings in Mardan

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In a bid to mitigate the impact of climate change and global warming, National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) had planted saplings at Mardan as part of national tree plantation drive of the government. Shaukat Mahmood, Group Head, Service Quality Group, was welcomed by Dr Khurshid Ahmed, VC, AWKUM, Dr Qadar Baksh at Abdul Wali Khan […]

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Sarwar launches ‘Clean and Green Pakistan’ campaign

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LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Saturday said government has launched an indiscriminate anti-encroachment campaign across Punjab. Addressing the inauguration ceremony of ‘Clean and Green Pakistan’ at Town Hall, he said strict action was being taken against encroachers without considering their political affiliation. The governor said the programme was not related to a single […]

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Citizens for a greener Karachi

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KARACHI: One of the largest public parks in the of the city, Hill Park, will be greener than ever, as the Aman Foundation planted 2,000 local trees, and 200 flowers at the park. The two-day campaign, Shajare Aman, for a greener Karachi started on Wednesday where a large number of volunteers, officials and prominent personalities, […]

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Fears about environmental impact allayed

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LAHORE: As the coal-powered plants in Rajasthan, India, have been ascribed as main source behind the recent deadly Karachi heat wave, the fears have risen for the impact of Thar coal projects on environment. According to Greenpeace International, a global enjoinment watchdog, coal-fired power plants are the biggest source of man-made carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, […]

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