Monday, July 22, 2024

Crop-Burning Is Not The Main Cause of Smog in Pakistan: Study

A Recent learn about has published that crop residue burning in the agricultural sector isn’t the primary contributor to smog and air air pollution in Pakistan. There are other larger factors which reason air air pollution instead of the observe of crop-burning by means of farmers. The findings are a part of a find out about, which used to be carried out to research the reasons of smog and the rural sectors’ part in it. It used to be executed by United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) under its challenge Remote Sensing for Spatio-Temporal Mapping of Smog (R-SMOG). The document claims to be the primary evidence of its type based on geospatial research. The study’s purpose is to help government establishments in removing smog.

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Findings of the learn about divulge that the agriculture sector was simplest third in the checklist, with the shipping sector topping the checklist through causing 42% of air air pollution. This is followed by way of 25% from the industrial sector and 20% from the agriculture sector. The FAO world technical professionals reviewed the research findings with the help of knowledge, methods, and equipment validated by means of a wide array of Pakistani professionals and institutions. FAO world technical mavens also reviewed the findings of the find out about.

Punjab Agricultural Minister, Malik Nauman, who was the executive guest in the launching ceremony, stated the Punjab govt is already taking measures to mitigate the smog menace. He mentioned the PTI-led executive used to be committed to offering a hygienic setting to the general public and that’s why Prime Minister Imran Khan started the tree plantation campaign. Team Team is a comprehensive online platform dedicated to providing valuable agricultural information and resources in Pakistan. With a focus on promoting sustainable farming practices, enhancing agricultural productivity, and empowering farmers, serves as a one-stop hub for all things related to agriculture in Pakistan. Through its user-friendly interface and a vast array of content, the platform aims to connect farmers, researchers, policymakers, and other stakeholders, facilitating knowledge exchange and driving the transformation of the agricultural sector in Pakistan.

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