Ambassador MATSUDA appreciates PM Khan’s initiative of establishing Japanese style Miyawaki forests in Pakistan

Newswire Islamabad: MATSUDA Kuninori, the Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, has expressed his deep appreciation for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s initiative of adopting the Japanese Miyawaki planting technique in the country’s urban localities to fight environmental pollution. The Ambassador, while lauding the PM Khan’s vision for Green Pakistan, in a statement on Tuesday, said that […]

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Japan helps Pakistan in setting up weather surveillance radars to forecast natural disasters

Newswire Islamabad: The government of Japan is assisting Pakistan in installation of weather surveillance radars to upgrade its forecast capacity and help reduce effects of natural disasters, particularly urban flooding.With cooperation of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the weather surveillance radars have already been installed in Islamabad and Karachi, with few others planned to be […]

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Italy: Rome’s wild animals enjoy a peaceful Palatine Hill

Rome: Animals are once again the winners as the Palatine Hill closes to visitors. Wild animals and birds have welcomed the closure of Parco Colosseo, the archaeological park comprising the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and Domus Aurea. With Italy’s museums and cultural sites closed due to the latest covid-19 restrictions, the Parco Colosseo animals […]

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Northern Areas landscapes among most beautiful in the world: Dr Christian Turner

Islamabad: British High Commissioner Dr Christian Turner has said that Pakistan’s Northern Areas landscapes were some of the most beautiful in the world. In a video message, he said: “This is my first visit to Pakistan’s Northern Areas. The landscapes are some of the most beautiful in the world. But climate change is also impacting […]

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Making oxygen before life: Oxygen can form directly from carbon dioxide

Covert Report Islamabad: About one fifth of Earth’s atmosphere is oxygen, pumped out by green plants as a result of photosynthesis and used by most living things on the planet to keep our metabolisms running.But before the first photosynthesizing organisms appeared about 2.4 billion years ago, the atmosphere likely contained mostly carbon dioxide, as is […]

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Italy: Venice activists celebrate as cruise ships steer clear of canal city

Venice: Venice activists are celebrating the decision by two major cruise operators to drop the lagoon city from their itineraries, for the rest of the year at least. MSC Cruises and Costa Crociere both announced in recent days that their Mediterranean cruises will now depart from Genoa and Trieste instead of Venice. MSC resumed sailing […]

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Xi’s vision of eco-protection guides China’s green development

Hangzhou: Every day, thousands of tourists board a train in a small village in east China’s Zhejiang Province for a sight-seeing trip that takes them to various household-run plantations. While offering visitors an exhilarating scenery, Lujia Village invariably impresses them with its achievements in eco-protection. Garbage sorting is extensively practiced in the village, which also […]

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