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In Gilgit-Baltistan, the effects of climate change are felt not just by humans, but also by the wildlife. ... See MoreSee Less
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Field inspection of Dong, Kano and Gini Forest of Chilas Forest Division to check the status of the forest. Field staff spent 03 days in the forests during the eid holidays from 10-12 April, 2024, however no illegal activities were found and there were no signs of fresh illegal cutting in these forests as some rumours were circulating on social media regarding fresh illegal cuttings.Information Department Gilgit-Baltistan Office of the Chief Secretary, Gilgit Baltistan Ministry of Climate Change, Govt of Pakistan Department of Forestry, Range & Wildlife Management, KIU. Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme Gilgit-Baltistan Forestry, Wildlife & Range Mgt_UAD official Ibex Media Network Media Lens Punjab Forests Association GB Police Pakistan Forests Association PAMIR TIMES ... See MoreSee Less
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March 25, 2024 - Today, amidst an aura of environmental enthusiasm, the Spring tree Plantation Day was joyously celebrated at GB Scouts Garrison Kuwardu. Brigadier Faisal Azhar Rana, alongside esteemed guests including students, civil society representatives, and heads of departments, graced the occasion with their presence. Brigadier Faisal Azhar Rana's symbolic planting of a majestic deodar sapling within the Garrison premises, signifying a commitment to the preservation and nurturing of nature's bounty. Notably, the event witnessed the planting of 4000 evergreen plants, a testament to the departments dedication towards environmental conservation.Furthermore, the Forest Department has augmented the area's infrastructure by installing a state-of-the-art solar lift irrigation system, boasting a capacity of 11.5 KVA. This eco-friendly initiative, implemented under the auspices of the TBTTP(UGPP), exemplifies the convergence of technology and environmental stewardship in advancing sustainable development goals. ... See MoreSee Less
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Having been recommended by the Departmental promotion Board and approved by the competent authority, Mr. Aftab Mehmood DFO (BS-18) has been promoted as Conservator of Forest (BS-19) in the Forest, Parks & Wildlife department Gilgit-Baltistan. ... See MoreSee Less
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#auctionalert بذریعہ اشتہار عوام الناس کو مطلع کیا جاتا ہے کہ حکومت گلگت بلتستان کی ناکارہ گاڑیاں جن میں سوزو کی پوٹھوہار بیڈ فوڈ ٹرک ، پک اپ ، وین اور جیپ وغیرہ شامل ہیں کو جیسے ہیں جہاں ہیں کی بنیاد پر نیلام کیا جارہا ہے ان گاڑیوں کی نیلامی گلگت بلتستان سٹاف کار رولز 2021 محکمہ ہزار کی طرف سے نامزد کردہ کمیٹی کی سربراہی میں ہوگی۔ خواہشمند پارٹیاں / افراد گاڑیوں کی نیلامی میں شرکت کےلئے مورخہ 31 مارچ 2024 کو سیکریٹریٹ بلڈنگ جو ٹیال گلگت میں اسی دن گیارہ بج کر تیس منٹ پر حاضر ہو سکتے ہیں۔ ... See MoreSee Less
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Protecting, conserving, managing and developing the forestry, wildlife and allied resources of Gilgit-Baltistan through sustainable integrated natural resource management with a vision to develop the region as a biodiversity pool and a hub for eco-tourism.
Currently the Department is focusing on collaborative management of Protected Forests, Protected Areas and other biodiversity hotspots, Community-based management of Private Forests, creation of more protected areas with a vision to declare 70% of GB as protected areas, development of farm forestry through sustainable production of nursery stocks, consultative planning mechanisms including sectoral and thematic roundtables/interests groups through management plans and valley conservation plans, alternative energy sources and Payment for…


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