Govt, FAO join hands in Living Indus project.

ISLAMABAD -- The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is working on a project 'Living Indus' with the government of Pakistan to protect the Indus Basin from environmental degradation and anthropogenic activities.

This was stated by FAO Representative Florence Rolle while speaking in a program of newly launched English Channel of Radio Pakistan Planet-FM 87.6, said a news release issued here on Friday.

She said Indus Basin has significant importance in people's lives as well as biodiversity of the country, including socio-economic and cultural activities of the people.

The FAO representative said Pakistan was rich in biodiversity and all stakeholders need to play their role for its conservation. She called for...

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