Lahore: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said, two hundred million trees will be planted in Punjab to build resilience to climate change.
According to the details, addressing the inaugural ceremony of Pakistan’s first-ever urban forest on today, he said the government is adopting adequate measures to combat environmental pollution.
The Adviser also said, electric buses will be run in Lahore to reduce the air pollution.
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Earlier in November, The MoU was signed by Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Hussain Chaudhary and CEO of bus hailing service in Islamabad on Tuesday, according to Radio Pakistan.
Under the MoU, the company will introduce electric battery-powered buses and also spend 12 billion rupees to expand its transport bus service in the country
Earlier, Pakistan has received the leadership of the “Green Climate Fund”.
According to details, Pakistan has received another major award globally, after which Pakistan will head the 12-member board of the United Nations.
In this opinion, Pakistani Federal Minister and Adviser to Prime Minister of Pakistan for Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam says it is a great honor to receive the Green Climate Fund’s leadership, which will make it easier to get more funds.