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Tech-driven conservation of wildlife on the cards - The Express Tribune

Last updated Friday, January 6, 2023 03:05 ET , Source: TopWireNews

The Department of Forests and Wildlife Preservation has devised a project for the breeding and conservation of wild birds, water birds and wild animals, their data collection and mapping through remote sensing and geographic information system (GIS) in all the government and private forests as well as the national parks.
Sources said it will be implemented under the 10 Billion Tree Tsunami project. The continuation of the 10 Billion Tree Tsunami project in 2023 has been approved as well.
According to sources, under this project, the data on all types of trees in the forests will be collected and millions of new trees will also be planted under the spring plantation campaign in the next month of February. A two-day training of officers has also been completed for the formal launch of this project, the sources added.
All network administrators, geographic information system developers, remote sensing, GIS analysts, and data entry operators of the department participated in the training program.
Representatives of the World Wide Fund For Nature – Pakistan also participated in the programme. Experts including Green Pakistan Project Director Mudassir Hasan delivered lectures in this regard.
According to the forest department, work will be done throughout the year for the protection of wild birds in all the forests of Punjab and for the breeding of all such birds whose species are decreasing.
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