Climate change is real & we cannot ignore the fact that humans have had a major influence on this. Our mission is to plant a million trees by the end of 2021 whilst promoting minor lifestyle changes on individual level that will yield a greater collective change for our environment.
Together we can, Together we will
It is rightly said that “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” Plants are the backbone of life on earth but we can’t ignore the fact that human influences including the eradication of trees are one of the core agents to bring climate change on planet earth. To curtail climate change and to make Pakistan green, Punjab Colleges stays adamant and took a step to engage its student body where 5 lac students will be vigorously involved to achieve our target and to make our country greener. Student from all across Pakistan including Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Phalia, Bahawalpur and Okara, will be playing their part.
Punjab Colleges encourage you to solicit their views and join the cause. Kindly play your part as a responsible citizen of Pakistan and sign this petition because it is rightly said, faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.
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In the spirit of #PlayingOurPart to Make Pakistan Green, Punjab Colleges Rawalpindi in collaboration with Pakistan Horticultural Authority Rawalpindi announced the plantation of 1 million trees. Malik Abid Hussain, vice chairman PHA, General Zaheer Anwar Jappa, Director General, Dr. Ghulam Dastageer, Chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi were chief guests. Director Punjab Group of Colleges Rawalpindi Islamabad, Ch. Muhammad Akram and Principals Punjab Group of Colleges Rawalpindi Islamabad also participated in this drive to beautify Pakistan. Later students of different campuses carried out tree plantations at different places in Rawalpindi/Islamabad as part of PGC’s Make Pakistan Green Campaign.
Punjab Colleges Okara inaugurated their Make Pakistan Green initiative on Saturday, March 27th, 2021. Prof. Hamid Iqbal (Principal Punjab Colleges Okara) was invited as the chief guest. All teaching and non-teaching staff planted seeds. While addressing the faculty and staff, the Chief Guest highlighted the importance of plantation and greenery in this particular period and how each individual can play their part in making Pakistan green. On Tuesday & Wednesday, March 30th & 31st, 2021, all students of PGC OKARA planted trees to play their part.
Punjab Colleges, Multan organized a 15-day tree plantation drive to drive the purpose of making Pakistan green. Notable guests and participants included CTO Multan, Humma Naseeb, Editor Dunya News, Dr. Amjad Bukhari, Commissioner Multan, Javed Akhtar Mehmood, Deputy Commissioner Multan, Amir Khatak, Chairperson BISE, Shamim Akhter Syal & Secretary BISE Multan, Kastoora Jee Shad. A seminar on the importance of tree plantation and environmental protection was also held for students and staff.