Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) organized a seminar on World Environment Day with the objective of raising awareness about environmental issues and their possible solutions.
The seminar organized by LCWU’s Department of Environmental Science was attended by eminent personalities, including the Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Bushra Mirza, Head of the Department of Environment, Prof Dr Arifa Tahir, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof Dr Muhammad Afzal, DG Environment Department Punjab, Dr Zaheer Abbas, GM Tourism Department Punjab Arjamand Wahid Zia, and other faculty members and environmental experts.
Speaking at the seminar, Prof Dr Bushra Mirza emphasized the significance of World Environment Day and how it could help in motivating people to take individual and collective actions to mitigate the impacts of climate change. She expressed her gratification that LCWU took the initiative to create awareness among its students and faculty.
The seminar was a meaningful platform for speakers to shed light on the causes and prevention of environmental pollution. The participants were given an opportunity to share their perspectives and to discuss the relevance of taking small steps like switching off lights, conserving water, and adopting eco-friendly behaviors to protect the environment.
Speaking at the seminar, Head of Department of Environment Prof Dr Arifa Tahir said, “Small steps, when taken consistently over time, add up to make a significant difference in helping create a more sustainable environment.” She urged everyone to join hands and contribute towards creating a cleaner and healthier environment.
The participants of the seminar vowed to uphold the importance of the environment and pledged to play their part in avoiding environmental pollution.
The seminar at LCWU marked World Environment Day as an opportunity to foster a wider understanding of the importance of protecting the environment and promoting sustainable practices. The university extends its gratitude to all participating guests and urges everyone to be conscious of their actions toward a cleaner environment.