UVAS organised 1st consultative meeting on Pursuing Long Term Ecological Research in Multi-Disciplinary Fields
LAHORE (16-04-18): The Center for applied policy research in Livestock (CAPRIL) of the University of Veterinary and Animals Sciences Lahore organised a consultative meeting on Pursuing Long Term Ecological Research in Multi-Disciplinary Fields here on Monday.
Vice-Chancellor Meritorious Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha chaired the meeting while participants from various institutions of Lahore and a delegation from China comprising of ecologists, geologists, environmentalists, zoologists and behavior specialists attended.
Speaking on the occasion, Vice-Chancellor Dr Pasha said that livestock is the livelihood of our rural farming community, who are facing many issues in terms of climate change, floods and drought which affect the livestock productivity in Pakistan. He said through such consultative meetings we would be able to find out the ways how to solve ecological issues through adopting innovative ways of research. He said the meeting is a tool to share innovative knowledge, resources and experiences with each others.
The objective of the meeting was to find out the ways how research can be oriented towards practical issues of environment. And what should be the ways in which resources can be made more productive and effective to protect the environment which is constantly being deteriorated. Experts talked about various aspects related to climate change, biodiversity, environmental, social and behavioral issues, etc.