Space Seven - Mangroves at Korangi Creek, Karachi
Reforesting Our Precious Land
Anchored by the ancient and mighty River Indus, Pakistan’s lush and diverse topography has sustained life over millennia, from the sweeping alpine vistas in the North to the dense mangrove belt in the South. As one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change, Pakistan is committed to finding and adopting sustainable ecological practices.
Through concerted plantation efforts, Pakistan’s Billion Tree Project has overseen successful reforestation with 430 million new trees planted across the country. The mangrove forest along Pakistan’s 990-kilometre coastal belt is one of the rare examples in the word where a mangrove swamp has exponentially increased in size over the last two decades – an enduring green wave of sustainability and rich biodiversity.
Bamboo Installation: Abrar Ali Qazi