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Speak For The Trees: Plant A Tree

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Since December 7th, 2015, a number of trees have been chopped down at the main campus of University of Sindh, Jamshoro. It is an environmental crime. A number of activists have been trying to reach out to the university administration about putting an end to this terrible practice. However, the fight against the administrators seems to be a losing one, since there has only been seen a sharp increase in cutting down of trees.

Not only do we demand the administrators to be held accountable for their actions, but we also encourage the young people on and around campus to plant as many trees as they can. By signing this petition, you will join us in standing against the environmental damage and administrative ignorance. Trees produce oxygen, clean soil, control noise pollution and drastically reduces erosion. They are vital for long-term environmental sustainability and it is our responsibility to take actions against the harmful practices of a few for our planet's survival.

We must remember that some animals live in trees, and others are dependent on the trees for their food. We would be making more than 1,000,000 animals extinct if we continue cutting down the trees, and the next generations will not be able to see the animals we see today. Saving trees means protecting indispensable resources that promote life on our beautiful earth.

Join us. Sign the petition. Say no cutting down trees. Save green.

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