Love for nature: Young ‘eco-guards’ pledge to conserve nature

The 10-day long nature conservation meet is an annual feature of the Adventure Foundation Pakistan.


News Desk June 26, 2013



The Simla hills were ‘host’ to the inauguration of the 12th National Children’s Mountain Conservation Meet on Tuesday, with 128 children between 11 and 14 years of age taking their oaths.


The 12th batch of young ‘eco-guards’ pledged to work for the conservation of nature and to play their roles in improve environmental conditions around them, both at school and home, according to a press release issued on Tuesday.

Children from all parts of the country had gathered in Abbottabad to go to Ayubia National Park and learn about the mountain environment and its importance downstream. The 10-day long nature conservation meet is an annual feature of the Adventure Foundation Pakistan which aims to inculcate a love for nature among children.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 26th, 2013.

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