Published On: Thu, Feb 11th, 2016
Published in Category: Islamabad

Professional course climatic change starts

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Islamabad: A professional course climatic change is underway at Jinnah Convention centre. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is organizing the course.

Speaking on the occasion guest speaker, Inspector General Forests said that developed countries pay special heed on the trainings of the individuals to

combat climatic changes and mechanism prevails there which have enabled them to cope with natural tragedies.

He said that Pakistan is facing climatic changes since past few years and imparting training and education of the individuals in this regard is need of the hour. He lauded the efforts of CDA training academy for organizing courses of immense importance.

Member Environment, Sanaullah Aman on this occasion said that CDA has devised a comprehensive plan to make Islamabad more beautiful and significant measures have been taken to preserve and protect the environment of the city from pollution.

He said that plan is in pipeline under which use of plastic bags in the Federal Capital would be prohibited. He said that aim behind organizing this course is to educate not only professionals but also the youth of Federal Capital.

On this occasion, Director Pakistan Metro logical Department Dr. Mohammad Hanif and other speakers highlighted the areas which can affect environmentdocument.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);