Climate Change

Shangla farmers find answer to climate change in growing orange orchards

The tasty orange from the orchards of Palai area of Malakand has reached the markets of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and rest of country.

Olive plantation to be made part of 10 billion tree tsunami project

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Shah Farman Thursday said that olive plantation would be made part of 10 billion tree tsunami project.

KSA shows interest in olive cultivation and Billion Tree Honey project

Saudi Arabia has shown interest in Prime Minister Imran Khan’s initiatives in olive cultivation and Billion Tree Honey in the Pakistan.

UN-Habitat launches project to adapt to climate change impacts in Pakistan

Reducing the impact of flooding and droughts is becoming one of the top priorities of the Government of Pakistan.

KP agriculture, forest departments asked to devise plan for olive plantation

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan Friday directed the agriculture and forest departments to devise plan for olive plantation.

196m saplings planted in KP under 10 Billion Tree Tsunami

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Forest Department has planted 196 million saplings across the province under the 10 Billion Tree Tsunami project.

5.1m trees to be planted in Khyber next year: minister

KP Minister for Environment Ishtiaq Urmar said on Tuesday that 5.1 million trees will be planted in Khyber tribal district next year.
Plastic bags continue to pollute our environment

UNDP and Unilever Pakistan to make Rahim Yar Khan a Zero Plastic Waste City  

ISLAMABAD: UNDP Pakistan and Unilever Pakistan announced their partnership today to test solutions in an...

Persimmon orchards increasing in Shangla, thanks to climate change

The production of persimmon has increased manifold in Shangla during the last few years and now it is supplied directly to market.

Inclusion of ‘Sweet and Green Pakistan’ in plantation campaign sought

It is imperative to include Sweet and Green Pakistan program in the national plantation campaign on the pattern of Clean and Green Pakistan.

Long dry spell delays wheat sowing in Lakki Marwat

Due to long dry spell, the wheat sowing season in southern districts is facing delay which is a cause of grave concern for farmers.

‘Massive potential of olive trees growth in merged districts’

The provincial government is taking practical steps for growing more olive trees in merged tribal districts.

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