The Billion Tree Tsunami Project By PM Imran Khan Received Global Appreciation

The Billion Tree Tsunami Project By PM Imran Khan Received Global Appreciation

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PM Imran Khan’s Billion Tree Tsunami initiative received the international appraisal. The government of Pakistan received a letter from several global environmental organizations acknowledging the efforts of Imran Khan.

On Tuesday, Adviser to PM on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam read out the letter. Amin shared the content of the letter during the cabinet meeting. The letter was sent by the representative of climate change organizations in the United States, France, and Paris.

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The letter said Imran Khan’s vision of boosting the atmosphere with plantation of trees would be very helpful in tackling the current environmental issues.

Certainly, the climate change campaign will play a big role in boosting the economy. Moreover, they appreciate the efforts of the PTI Government by saying

“Continuing tree planting during the COVID-19 pandemic is a commendable process. Likewise, this campaign will help in curbing other issues like unemployment, climate change, and water scarcity.”

PM Imran Khan’s reaction

The PM Imran Khan applauds the efforts and services of the ministries of climate change, water resources, and foreign affairs.

Meanwhile, he congratulates Sania Nishtar on the success of the Ehsas Program. He further admires the efforts she puts in to complete the task before deadlines.

While directing to the federal minister, The PM boost the morale by saying

“This way towards success should continue.”

However, the biggest automobile manufacturer country Japan appreciates the billion tree tsunami project. Subsequently, the envoy said Japan will fully support Pakistan’s transition to eco-friendly Electric Vehicles.

KPK Green Growth Project (2015)

The project was initiated by the ruling government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in 2015.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s move to restore destroyed lands and forests. According to the confirmation of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), 350,000 hectares of land has already been restored by the end of 2017.

Moreover, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa generating Green jobs, Gender empowerment, preserving Pakistan’s natural capital while also addressing the global issue of Climate Change.

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