Advance Initiatives Taken under 10 Billion Tree Tsunami Project
10th August 2021.
Under the 10 Billion Tree Tsunami project, Prime Minister Imran Khan will launch the world’s largest Miyawaki metropolitan woodland in Lahore on Monday (today). The land on which the forest will be developed consists of approximately 100 canals. The land would be home to approximately 165,000 plants. The innovative and strategic Miyawaki technique will allow the plants to grow ten times faster than normal. It produces fast-growing urban forests by utilizing specialized land preparation as well as indigenous varieties with varying growth rates.
In total, 53 Miyawaki forests are being developed in the city of Lahore and surrounding areas. This type of forest will aid in the containment of carbon in society as well as the eradication of pollutants. All have been geo-labeled to monitor and improve their development.
Prime Minister Imran Khan is attempting to make Lahore a green and pollutant-free city. His main goal is to transform the city into a garden that harkens back to its origins. The ongoing monsoon plan aims to plant 500 million trees across the country, making it a first-of-its-kind initiative in this regard.
Similarly, the premier congratulated the Ministry of Science and Technology and its head, Shibli Faraz, on their effective work on Electronic Voting Machines and their development within the set time frame. He also took to Twitter to express his feelings, saying that this will lead to elections in Pakistan in which all contestants will accept the results.
The government also claimed on Sunday that its wise strategy had contained the widespread of the coronavirus and allowed it to work on its economy in the best way possible. Both the president and prime minister, Dr. Arif Alvi and Imran Khan praised the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) for formulating an effective method to forestall the spread of the destructive infection.
Previously, Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar had shared a video narrative captioned Azm-I-Alishan on his Twitter account, where it depicted NCOC’s initiatives and the country’s reaction to the worldwide pandemic.
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