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Islamabad gets first-ever Miyawaki forest

Islamabad: According to a recent news report, Prime Minister Imran Khan has launched a Spring Tree Plantation drive by inaugurating Islamabad’s first-ever Miyawaki forest reserve at Shakarparian hills.

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He said that forestation is a ‘lifeline for the eventual fate of Pakistan’ and that the public authority is creating green zones to relieve the impacts of environmental change. He further expressed Pakistan is positioned among top 10 nations powerless against environmental change. He additionally communicated worry over the decaying states of the environment in cities like Lahore and Peshawar.

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20 destinations in Islamabad have been chosen to be created on the Miyawaki strategy – which is likewise called Potted Seedling Method. Prior, the PM in his location clarified the Miyawaki strategy: ‘I have dispatched metropolitan ranger service on the lines of Miyawaki procedure in Japan where the trees grow multiple times quicker and multiple times denser and it is the most ideal approach to fight pollution.’

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