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Tree plantation’s drive to promote the greening of Islamabad launched

ISLAMABAD: Ahmar Ellahi, Accountant General of Pakistan Revenues, kicked off the Spring Tree Plantation Drive with a publicly launched plantation effort to plant trees within the Accountant General’s office, says a Press release.
In this connection, a ceremony was organized during which AGPR’s Ahmar Ellahi said that trees are significant because they improve people’s lives and meet their basic requirements.
During photosynthesis, trees break down food materials and absorb carbon dioxide. As a result, the trees generate carbohydrates using sunshine, he said.
He said that trees support life by providing habitat for a variety of creatures, including squirrels, bees, and birds. Trees clean the air by taking carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and emitting oxygen.
Trees chill the surroundings by absorbing heat from the sun. Thus, there is cooling in the atmosphere. The trees provide shade for residences and roadways.
AGPR’s Ahmar Ellahi also discussed the plantation’s ambitions, including intentions to plant lemon trees on the AGPR premises. We will also add diverse fruit-bearing, blooming, and other plant species to enhance the aesthetic attractiveness of the surroundings.
Ellahi emphasized residents’ common obligation to plant trees in their houses, neighborhoods, and vacant lots to protect the environment from pollution and ensure a sustainable future.
He announced the launch of a campaign among youth and children to increase environmental awareness.
He thanked AIMS Horticulture and the Kitchen Gardening Club Islamabad for their assistance in planting the trees. Naveed Ahmed Khan, editor of the Daily Spokesman, was also present.
Director AGPR, Ammara Hasan, also planted a lemon tree, emphasizing the importance of tree planting in reducing the negative consequences of climate change.
This campaign emphasized the importance of forest conservation and tree planting in addressing climate change. This effort aimed to realize the idea of a green Pakistan.