Adviser to the Chief Minister for Environment and Law and Sindh government spokesman Barrister Murtaza Wahab said he would discuss the various aspects of environmental monitoring work with his team, issues related to environmental issues in Sindh and measures to be taken in the near future. The adviser directed that SEPA should increase its monitoring activities. According to the Environment Act but it needs to be done revolutionarily, as we all suffer from environmental degradation, so it is our individual and collective responsibility to protect the environment, he added. A meeting will be called in which steps will be taken to incorporate environmental care into the curriculum. He also directed the Water Commission to implement the orders. Secretary Environment and Climate Change and Coastal Development Khan Muhammad Maher thanked Adviser on this occasion, he later told the media that he plans to make Sindh from Karachi to Kashmor lush green. The campaign is gaining popularity with the help of the general public and youth, and they appeal to all stakeholders to cooperate with the anti-pollution prevention and pollution-free society by planting trees and not using plastic bags, he added. There are laws to improve environmental pollution. Laws need to be implemented. He urged the officers to act responsibly. He further said that it was decided that the system of all hospitals should be examined and the method of disposal of waste in the hospital would be examined. Industrial waste must be disposed of as a mechanism, and the request from investors is to comply with environmental laws. He said that hospital waste is serious on the coast. Sindh government will take action to dispose of waste in hospitals. Work on cleaning of hospital waste on the coast of Clifton is going on, he concluded. He further said that Wet Land Park to be set up in Karachi Wetland Park will work through a private sector partnership. The Sindh government will provide financial assistance for the first Wetland Park after Ashura we will make progress on the Wetland Park project. Adviser Environment requested Mayor Karachi to immediately address the technical deficiencies of the existing machinery at KCM.