Balochistan Governor Amanullah Khan Yasinzai Friday said the global warming was threat to human beings across the world and it was imperative for all countries to make conscious efforts to adopt an environmental friendly atmosphere.
In his message in connection with World Environment Day, he said there was still time to take immediate and timely steps at the national and international levels to protect the natural environment, otherwise environmental pollution could endanger the future of all mankind.
He said that in order to control environmental pollution, we need to create awareness among the people about the importance of trees as they play a key role in restoring the environment.
The governor maintained that planting more and more trees and taking proper care of them would not only improve the weather but also save labor and resources of concerned national and international organizations from being wasted.
Amanullah Yasinzai said forests had most importance for environment, adding that generally, a country should have 25 percent forest cover to meet its environmental, economic and social needs.—APP