view of faisal masjid from green mountains of margalla hills again reforest with 10 million trees

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Islamabad: According to a news source on February 29, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has started a PKR 2 billion initiative to reforest Margalla Hills in order to conserve the environment and practice sustainable land management.

According to the specifics, the program aims to plant 10 million trees in the park, highlighting the significance of protecting natural resources and improving ecological balance. The Margalla Hills National Park in Islamabad, which covers 908 square kilometers, is confronted with issues including invasive species and dwindling greenery.

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Over a five-year period, the project intends to enrich the flora and wildlife. The CDA seeks to address issues while advancing tourism and climate resilience through the restoration of native species and the implementation of strategies such as the construction of check dams and water ponds. 

The PC-1, which was signed by important parties, demonstrates the region’s shared commitment to sustainable development and environmental care, which is highlighted by the project.

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