Danish ambassador, staff participate in monsoon plantation drive


Denmark embassy calls upon Pakistanis to become climate warriors for clean, green Pakistan

Zubair Qureshi

While responding to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call for planting trees and to support his green vision, the staff at the Denmark Embassy participated in monsoon tree plantation campaign.

The embassy’s team led by Danish Ambassador Lis Rosenholm planted diverse trees such as avocado, guava, lychee and fig trees.

While posting the pictures of the embassy’s staff engaged in planting trees and plants in various parts of the building, the Denmark Embassy held it fully supported Prime Minister Imran Khan’s nationwide Monsoon Plantation Campaign to fight climate change and to mitigate the impact of global warming.

The Denmark Embassy has Climate Change high on top agenda and has been encouraging its staff to take Climate Action through diverse habits such as adopting plant-rich diet, reduce food waste, manage their refrigerants and much more, it further said.

Denmark is a global leader in climate change transition and will be among the first to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 under the new Global Climate action plan that includes: Reduce emissions by 70% by 2030 as compared to 1990 – climate neutral by 2045, ban on fossil fuel, cars by 2030.

Denmark, it stated, supported the steps of the Pakistan government towards a green transition, it further stated.

We hope these pictures of our colleagues planting trees will inspire you to become the next Climate Warrior and make clean & green Pakistan, it further stated.

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