Saturday, November 12, 2011

Mangroves in Pakistan , Tahir Qureshi fights for

Tahir Qureshi, a senior Pakistani environmentalist and advisor on coastal ecosystems with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is currently fighting for the conservation and preservation of ecosystem and especially mangrove forests of Pakistan. He needs cooperation help and support of all those who understand the importance of preservation of ecosystem. Though the awareness is not as much as it should be in our country on this issue and so many other issues of importance as the literacy rate is very very low here when compared even to the very underdeveloped countries of the world. Anyhow those who understand must come forward and play their role for themselves and for their coming generations.
Tahir Qureshi has helped rehabilitate 30000 hectares of mangrove forest along the southern coast on the Arabian Sea, including in Baluchistan, one of Pakistan’s most violent and inhospitable areas, home  to a separatist uprising .

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