Climate change is the onset war with its effects clearly observed worldwide. One of the most effective measure to avoid the greenhouse emissions is the intense reforestation or planation drives all across the world.
The University of Faisalabad has remained upfront in this domain and carried out intensive plantation drives - both on and off campus to ensure the preservation of nature and climate safety. The drives have been carried out by the administration and also the students to indoctrinate the spirit of responsibility towards the environmental protection and mold them into responsible citizens. Feeling the great responsibility towards preservation of nature, every candidate who comes to admission office of the university is presented with a sapling or some seeds to plant anywhere around there surroundings and be the part of TUF GO GREEN drive.
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As the world’s largest developing country and a major player in environmental protection, China is an important force in international cooperation for clean environment. We are fully aware of the responsibilities on our shoulders. We will continue to work hard, honor our commitments with deeds, and steadfastly take the road of sustainable development.
Mr Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salim Al-Zaabi Ambassador of UAE planting sapling in University lawn.
Mrs Khadija Mohamed Almakhzoumi, Ambassador of Somalia sprinkling water after planting sapling.
Mr Iwan Suyudhie Amri, Ambassador of Indonesia with senior management of TUF offering prayer after tree plantation .
Dr Nedim Makarevic, Ambassador of Bosnia & Herzegovina planting a sapling in University lawn .
TUF Management and Faculty members offering prayer after tree plantation in lawn of girls hostel Health Sciences campus.
Prof Dr Zahir Javed Paracha, Pro Rector TUF (Engineering) planting sapling.
TUFIANS plating sapling in the lawn of girls hostel in Health Sciences campus.
Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar, Governor Punjab and Mian Muhammad Hanif (SI) Patron in Chief sprinkling water after planting sapling in MTH lawn.
Mr Tomas Rosander, Ambassador of Sweden planting sapling in University lawn.
Prof Dr Masood Hameed Khan, President PM & DC and Prof Dr Mohammad Hafizullah, VC Khyber Medical University Peshawar offering prayer after planting sapling in MTH lawn .
Mr Dauda Danladi, High Commissioner of Nigeria, alongwith other members of High Commission planting sapling in lawn of TUF Engineering Campus.
Mr Ishak, Latukonsina, Ambassador of Republic of Indonesia offering prayer after planting sapling in University lawn.
His Excellency Mr Istvan Szabo, Ambassador of Hungary sprinkling water after planting sapling in MTH lawn .
Mr Regis De Belenet, Ambassador of France and Mrs Regis De Belenet (standing on his left) planting tree in University lawn .
Mr Robert W. Gibson, British Deputy High Commissioner and Director Trade & Investment in Pakistan planting tree in lawn of Engineering Campus .
Mr Oybek Arif Usman, Ambassador of Uzbekistan planting tree in University lawn .
Dr Oner Gunner, Director General, Ministry of Health Turkey planting tree in University lawn.
(L to R) Maj (Retd) Izharul Ahsan, Registrar, Mr Muhammad Zaka Ashraf, former Chairman, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and former President, Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd (ZTBL), Mian Muhammad Rasheed, Vice Chairman BoG and Mr Haroon Akhtar Khan, Special Advisor to Prime Minister on Revenue with others offering prayer after planting a sapling in the University lawn.
Nelumbo is a genus of aquatic plants with large, showy flowers. Members are commonly called lotus, though "lotus" is a name also applied to various other plants and plant groups, including the unrelated genus Lotus.
Provides welcome shade and spectacular color in the warm climates.The attractive, semi-deciduous leaves are elegant and fern-like.
Genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to tropical rain forests in southern Mexico, the West Indies, Central and South America. They are woody vines growing to heights of 10–20 m or more in trees.
Dracaena (Dracaena marginata), also known as dragon tree, is an attractive, stiff-leaved plant with green sword-like leaves edged with red. The plant has narrow, slender gray stems that are topped with shiny, arching leaves that are sword-shaped.
Saraca asoca is a plant belonging to the Caesalpinioideae subfamily of the legume family. It is an important tree in the cultural traditions of the Indian subcontinent and adjacent areas. It is sometimes incorrectly known as Saraca indica.
Bryophyllum pinnatum, also known as the air plant, cathedral bells, life plant, miracle leaf, and Goethe plant is a succulent plant native to Madagascar, which is a popular houseplant and has become naturalized in tropical and subtropical areas.
Marigolds are hardy, annual plants and are great plants for cheering up any garden. Broadly, there are two genuses which are referred to by the common name, Marigolds viz. Tagetes and Celandula. Tagetes includes African Marigolds and French Marigolds. Celandula includes Pot Marigolds.
Petunia is genus of 20 species of flowering plants of South American origin. The popular flower of the same name derived its epithet from the French, which took the word petun, meaning "tobacco," from a Tupi–Guarani language. An annual, most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids.
Phytolacca is a genus of perennial plants native to North America, South America and East Asia. Some members of the genus are known as pokeweeds or similar names such as pokebush, pokeberry, pokeroot or poke sallet. Other names for species of Phytolacca include inkberry and ombú.
The lemon, Citrus limon Osbeck, is a species of small evergreen tree in the flowering plant family Rutaceae, native to South Asia, primarily North eastern India.
Ficus carica is an Asian species of flowering plant in the mulberry family, known as the common fig. It is the source of the fruit also called the fig and as such is an important crop in those areas where it is grown commercially.
It is known as white mulberry, is a fast-growing, small to medium-sized mulberry tree which grows to 10–20 m tall. It is generally a short-lived tree with a lifespan comparable to that of humans, although there are some specimens known to be over 250 years old.
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