Sindh Forest Department aims at 3rd Guinness World Record for planting Maximum Number of Mangroves at Keti Bunder

The Sindh Forest Department is once again aiming at the 3rd Guinness World Record by planting the maximum number of mangrove saplings during the daylight hours in Keti Bunder, Thatta District, on April 19, 2018. Continue reading “Sindh Forest Department aims at 3rd Guinness World Record for planting Maximum Number of Mangroves at Keti Bunder”

Is the tide turning for oceans?

Astola Island
by Aban Marker Kabraji | International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

Establishing marine protected areas could be a key means of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and curbing climate impacts

Covering more than 70 percent of our earth’s surface and home to 700,000 to 2 million species, the ocean is the lifeblood of our planet. Besides bringing a sense of serenity through the gentle — albeit sometimes roaring — rhythm of its waves, the deep blue employs millions of workers, feeds billions of people and generates trillions of dollars of the world’s economy.
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