The FAO, under the Multi Year Humanitarian Program, handed over two vertical flow fish incubators to the fisheries department at a ceremony held in Chitral.
For a village named after a river, the village council of Kabul River is awash with garbage. Waste dumped by households finds its way into the streets and later into the river.
A committee has been set up in Chitral for proper look after of chilgoza (pine nut) trees and pluck pine nuts from the tree at right time.
GLOF-II is a joint initiative of the Green Climate Fund, the United Nations Development Program and the Government of Pakistan.
Unregistered industries and mills in residential area of Bara have become an immense source of pollution and are causing great trouble for local people.
Release of fish seeds into the Swat River as a part of the commitment to improve the aquatic ecosystem which will ultimately create job opportunities for local people.
The officials added that it was decided to plant 150,000, but the target was later increased to 200,000 trees due to the farmers’ interests in the plantation drive.
Chief Minister said that the provincial government has already started efforts to combat challenges of air pollution and climate change through ‘KP Green Growth Initiative’ and BTTP.
CM Advisor also disclosed that the KP government has installed air monitoring equipment at the offices of Chief Secretary and Mayor Peshawar to check air quality.
Schoolteacher Gul Rehamn, hailing from erstwhile FR Peshawar was living in Karachi and he came back to his native village Fridi after his transfer in 1987.
The reports were launched by Advisor to the PM on Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam and FAO Representative in Pakistan, Minà Dowlatchahi in Islamabad.
Agriculture and food systems in Asia and the Pacific must conserve and make sustainable use of natural resources to ensure food security and nutrition.