Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Thursday that his government remained dedicated in its endeavour to addresses the challenges of climate change.
Addressing a ceremony in Haripur in reference to the Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme, the premier stated that the initiative initially started in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in 2013. “We remain dedicated to the cause and are trying to improve the environment in different ways.”
He stated Pakistan will be hosting World Environment Day on June 5. “This is a great honour and acknowledgement of the fact that Pakistan is among a handful of countries trying to reduce the impact of climate change and global warming.
“We are not doing this for show. We’re doing this so that we can leave behind a better country for our future generations. The most important affect of climate change is that it will affect our future generation.”