07
Dec

Forests are life

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Forests are Life Forests have great importance in our life. The dawn chorus of birds singing and their chirping, monkeys howling in the forests, frogs calling and peaceful insects buzzing. The crystal clear waterfalls in the forests that are perfect for a refreshing afternoon swim for someone. Fireflies that illuminate trees at night and give a splendid effect to someone eyes. The forests are famous because of its beauty and tranquility all over the world. The fauna and flora and from tropics to the tundra inspires everyone. We know that eight out of 10 species found on land live in forests. Almost 300 million people and a great population, particularly in developing countries live in the forests.

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05
Dec

Importance of Mountains

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Mountains have a great importance in our environment. A mountain is a large landform that rises above the surrounding land in a limited area, usually in the form of a peak. A mountain is generally steeper than a hill. Mountains are formed through tectonic forces or volcanism. Mountains play a vital and significant role in providing water and food supply to the millions and billions of people all over the world. Mountains almost cover around 22 percent of the surface of the earth and 13 percent of the world’s population live in the mountains mostly in northern parts of the area usually on peaks. Almost Ninety percent of the world’s mountain inhabitants/people live in the developing countries, where a large amount of population live under the poverty line of mountains, and one out of every three individuals experiences the danger of food insecurity due to loss of fauna and flora.

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24
Nov

‘’Be the solution to soil pollution.’’

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While we can see many of the changes due to technology we have made to our planet, some of our impacts are virtually invisible and neglected, and soil pollution is a good example of this. Be the Solution to Soil Pollution campaign for World Soil Day 2018 aims to raise awareness in people about soil pollution and call people to #StopSoilPollution

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12
Nov

How to stay safe in Smog

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Here is the list of precautions which can be followed during smog.

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29
Oct

The end of the system, the new government's old way

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Like other South Asian countries, winter conditions have been causing severe problems in many areas of Pakistan, especially in South and Central Punjab. Due to the deep layers of the sea, not only normal life is affected, but also the intensity of respiratory diseases. Despite the problems facing the Deep Swamp since the past two years since October to December, Punjab and Central governments did not take any appropriate plan to deal with this situation in 2018 even though Nepal belonged to Nepal last September. A few international specialists visited the areas of South Punjab, where more than 2,000 traditional brick-lifts are on. They are causing extreme toxic smoke in the deeper air and cause contaminated pollution. According to Nepalese experts, cooking around 1000 bricks in coal-fired volleyballs, about 2 kilograms of toxic smoke are fired in the atmosphere which causes deep flames combined with fog in the winter. The coal-fired bricks were somehow as a result of severe pollution in other countries of South Asia. But this was introduced to introduce a new technology called 'Zigz Technology.' It decreases the percentage of smoke out of 40%.

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