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Annual Ranking Shows Reduced Sulfur Content in Gasoline Around World ... - eco-business.com (press release)

Annual Ranking Shows Reduced Sulfur Content in Gasoline Around World ...
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Those countries are Algeria, Argentina, Belarus, China, Jordan, Malawi, Montenegro, Pakistan, and Russia.
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Pakistan's National Biodiversity Clearing House Mechanism website ...

Syed Mehmood Nasir, Inspector General Forests, Ministry of Climate Change, discussed about the Pakistan's Obligations under Convention on Biological Diversity. Mr. Naeem Ashraf Raja, Director Biodiversity, (MoCC) gave ...

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Teacher Hina 's comment, March 14, 2013 2:15 PM
Fahad can you find some more scoops or pictures related to the forest, ask for group members' help.
Teacher Hina 's comment, March 14, 2013 2:17 PM
It is a very latest development. How long do you think it is going to take for implementation and what effect will it bring @ Hasnain and group?
Teacher Hina 's comment, April 4, 2013 1:33 PM
Fahad you scoop needs attention.
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Margalla Hills have nearly 460 species of birds: Expert - Pakistan Observer

Margalla Hills have nearly 460 species of birds: Expert - Pakistan Observer | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
Margalla Hills have nearly 460 species of birds: Expert Pakistan Observer Sunday, February 24, 2013 - Islamabad—An environment expert Safan Shahab Ahmed has said that there are nearly 460 different species of birds in Margalla Hills adjacent to...

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Punjab government reviewing five proposed quarrying sites - The News International

Punjab government reviewing five proposed quarrying sites - The News International | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
Punjab government reviewing five proposed quarrying sites The News International The Punjab government has started review of five proposed quarrying sites to preserve the beautiful Margalla Hills from further damage due to increased stone-crushing...

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Noor Fatima's comment, April 10, 2013 7:08 AM
glad to know that :)
Fateen Sajjad's comment, April 11, 2013 6:53 AM
Yes it's good for Pakistan
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President stresses taking care of Mother Earth - Pakistan Daily Times

President stresses taking care of Mother Earth - Pakistan Daily Times | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
President stresses taking care of Mother Earth Pakistan Daily Times The government of Pakistan in response to global ecological challenges has been consistently responding to and collaborating with the international community to protect the planet...
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Alarming decrease in forest cover reported

ISLAMABAD, April 14: Environmentalists are alarmed at a latest UN report that Pakistan’s forest cover has declined to two per cent (1.7 million hectares roughly), falsifying government claims that the woodlands (http://t.co/c9wJesF8ix...
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un forum endorses measures to improve sustainable ... - presidentus

un forum endorses measures to improve sustainable ... - presidentus | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
IMPROVE SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT New York, Apr 20 2013 10:00AMThe ... of measures to improve the sustainable management of forests, and .... EARTHQUAKE 2013-04-19 14:46:44 (4.6) PAKISTAN 34.7.

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Hingol National Park of Baluchistan - Pakistan-BEAUTIFUL SCENERY

Hingol National Park of Baluchistan - Pakistan-BEAUTIFUL SCENERY | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
Hingol National Park of Baluchistan- Mysterious Mud mountains. Is this Grand Canyon or Texas? No. It's Hingol National Park of Baluchistan, Pakistan. It got Mysterious Mud mountains, beautiful blue water Hingol river, desert ...

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Amber Qureshi's curator insight, March 13, 2013 1:46 AM

its BALOCHISTAN not baluchistan ^__^

Amber Qureshi's curator insight, March 13, 2013 1:46 AM

btw nice pictures :D

Teacher Hina 's comment, March 14, 2013 2:13 PM
Amber it is correct both ways
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Recycling of Used Lead-Acid Batteries

Recycling of Used Lead-Acid Batteries | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
Lead-acid storage batteries are widely used on a mass-scale in all parts of the world.  They act as power sources in a wide-range of equipment and appliances used by households, commerce and i...

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Salman Zafar's curator insight, March 28, 2013 3:42 AM

Lead is highly toxic metal and once the battery becomes inoperative, it is necessary to ensure its proper collection and eco-friendly recycling. A single lead-acid battery disposed of incorrectly into a municipal solid waste collection system, and not removed prior to entering a resource recovery facility for mixed MSW, could contaminate 25 tonnes of MSW and prevent the recovery of the organic resources within this waste because of high lead level.

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Tight budgets, smuggling chip away at Kashmir's forests - Reuters AlertNet

Tight budgets, smuggling chip away at Kashmir's forests - Reuters AlertNet | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
Tight budgets, smuggling chip away at Kashmir's forests Reuters AlertNet MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (AlertNet) - Kashmir's ancient forests are coming under growing pressure, as economic hardship drives families to cut them down for fuel and...

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Top UN official lauds Pakistan’s Guinness World Record for tree planting

Top UN official lauds Pakistan’s Guinness World Record for tree planting | Lal Suhanra National Park | Scoop.it
Pakistan's First Independent Complete Daily Web Newspaper, PakistanTimes is Updated Daily. Latest and updated News, Views and Interactive from Pakistan, Kashmir, South Asia and rest of the World.

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Hamza Javed's comment, April 15, 2013 1:46 PM
this i just a small example of our nations capability
Roshaan Ali's comment, April 24, 2013 9:29 AM
trueeeee