Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum brings climate change exhibition to SU [DailyTimes] 22 Feb, 2020

The Sindh University Institute of Art and Design in collaboration with Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum (PFF) organized an exhibition on “Climate Change: Immediate Concerns” with a view to raise awareness regarding climate change, its emerging adverse effects and formulation of effective coping strategies. SU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat greatly hailed the initiative terming it ‘greatest need of the hour’. Dean Faculty of Arts Prof Dr Hafiz Abul Ghani Shaikh said nature cared for man mandating it upon him to act vice versa. PFF Program Manager Mehwish said art was the fastest and most powerful medium of disseminating massage of care for environment; hence they had brought the exhibition to SU. IAD Director Prof Saeed Ahmed Mangi thanked VC and PFF team for the collaboration.

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