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  • Pakistan Sustainability Network Newsletter 2013-2014

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  • EPS Plantation Drive

    A plantation drive was led by Environmental Protection Society, UET, Taxila.  A number of students participated in this and showed their love for mother earth by planting new saplings. They also vowed to save trees for our future generations.  Pictures are available at the Facebook event  

  • Solar Houses – A Reality Now

    Ever bothered by the troublesome load shedding? Ever thought of fixing it by yourself but was limited by the resources? Worry not! As Ghergich & Co. teamed up with FIX to present you this do-it-yourself article on Household Solar Solutions. It is an interesting ste-by-step guide on how to create a solar charger for your […]

  • Green Drinks Lahore

    Green Drinks brings together like minded professionals and environmental enthusiasts to a single platform. It is an informal networking event where people interested in the environment field get together to discuss debate and learn about environmental problems and possible solutions. The Lahore chapter was initiated and is being organized by Pakistan Sustainability Network (PSN) for […]

  • A campaign to shift streetlights of University of the Punjab on solar energy

    Nothing Free, Except Sun: Solar Streetlights in University of the Punjab Pakistan is contributing very little to the greenhouse gas emissions, but is getting severely impacted by the disastrous impacts of climate change. Additionally, it is going through a worst energy crisis, which require an urgent solution. Developing new power generation plants based on non-renewable […]

  • Urban employment generation through biodiversity conservation

    Urban Diaries from India Biodiversity Conservation and urban poverty alleviation through employment generation, can they go together? Many will argue that urbanity sustains itself by plundering the biodiversity of surroundings. So the usual answer for it is going to be “No”. For many the whole idea of conservation is very elite. Only those who have […]

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