Islamabad – Training and awareness raising workshop was conducted on international environmental agreements with integration of GIS and remote sensing. The basic purpose of this workshop is to impart knowledge about multilateral agreements and conventions. Chairman NDMA was the Chief Guest in the inauguration. He discussed about
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the importance of GIS and Remote Sensing in the field of forest, wildlife and fisheries. He also stressed on the importance of these international obligations.
The basic purpose of the training workshop was
to give awareness to the participants about the International Obligations that Pakistan is signatory of. The dialogue was about the Convention on Biodiversity, Convention on Migratory Species and Ramsar Convention. Visit was arranged to the PWP GIS laboratory to give awareness on the GIS laboratory developed under the Pakistan Wetlands Programme. Coordinator GIS briefed the participants about the scope and activities of Pakistan Wetlands Programme GIS Laboratory.
The second day’s session participants were introduced about the application of GIS remote sensing and global positioning system in their
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relevant fields so that they know how to incorporate GIS and remote sensing techniques in decision making and management of natural resources.
The resource persons were from Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan Wetlands Programme, WWF – P, Zoological Survey of Pakistan ZSD and Privatization Commission.
The participants were from Forest, Wildlife and Fisheries Department, NGOs and Public and
For more information: Please Contact
Nasir Iqbal Malik, Coordinator, Awareness Raising and Communications,
Pakistan Wetlands Programme WWF, at 03015536468 – 051-2114125-9