Let us celebrate our Earth.

“The weight of the world is a trifle, if we all put our two fingers under it and try to lift together.”

– Vera Nazarian

A bearded seal enjoys one of the first sunsets since April. Greenland

Climate Change Initiatives

We thrive to establish norms that directly contribute to the well-being of the Earth and all living communities struggling to find space on the planet.
We, humans, as the sole cause behind the destruction of this planet must regret our negative material progress which has badly affected our sweet home. The natural systems on the Earth cry for the replenishment and refurbishment. Climate Change Initiatives is a localized program which will generate content to educate people.

Future of Food and Smart Farming

October 1 — December 1

The LifeSkills College

The idea of the life skills college eyes at the establishment of private non-profit institution which will focus on the development of essential life skills among the students. The students completing their higher secondary education will be prepared for their better life equipped with all necessary knowledge and skills to live skillfully and happy.

Sindh geographies

October 1 — December 1

“The Indus Delta consists of creeks, swamps, marshes and the seventh largest mangrove forest in the world.”

This Copernicus Sentinel-2A satellite image shows the fragmented coast part of the Indus River Delta in Western Pakistan.

A river delta forms when sediment carried from the river enters a stagnant body of water, creating an alluvial fan, which in this case extends 150 km along the coastline. The Indus River is one of the longest rivers in the world, rising in Tibet and flowing around 3000 km before emptying into the Arabian Sea.

The Indus Delta consists of creeks, swamps, marshes, and the seventh-largest mangrove forest in the world. However, owing to major irrigation works and dams built on the river, as well as low rainfall, the amount of silt discharged into the sea has reduced, affecting the mangrove and local community significantly. A huge proportion of the delta has been lost and the survival of the delta freshwater species, including the Indus river dolphin, is at risk.

Copyright contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2018), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

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