Speakers Urged Students To Actively Participate In Green Pakistan Drive
Muhammad Irfan 13 days ago Sat 03rd April 2021 | 03:39 PM
One day seminar on Climatic Change, Global Warming and Green House Gases held at Agriculture University Dera Ismail Khan here
Monitoring Officer Kashif Baloch from the Ministry of Climate Change, delivered a speech on the climatic issues that Pakistan is going through. While talking to the participants, Kashif Baloch said that the issue of climate change needs to be taken seriously as Pakistan has been ranked fifth worst among the countries facing the issue of Climate Change.
Lecturer Forestry Department, Dr. Shoaib Ahmad Anees briefed the students about the link between Remotely Sensed data, Compounded Night Light Index (CNLI) and Climate Change.
Coordinator Forestry Department, Syed Abdul Wahid Shah reassured his vision of making the country ranking better by volunteering himself with the students and other social volunteers for any plantation drive happening in the country.
Program Organizer and Coordinator of Forestry Department, Syed Abdul Wahid Shah and Lecturer Dr. Shoaib Ahmad Anees thanked Kashif Baloch for sparing his time for the seminar and intended to continue working with the Ministry of Climate Change and extended support to the mission of Prime Minister of Pakistan on all the forums and summits in future ventures.