LAHORE, July 10 (APP): Global warming has not only
affected all living things but also the aquaculture.
The Punjab Fisheries Department has urged experts on
fisheries, universities and research institutions all-over the
country to suggest practicable ways to overcome this issue, a
senior official of the department told APP, here on Sunday.
He said that the authorities concerned want to formulate a
comprehensive policy in this regard.
He said that the department has already organised a series
of awareness sessions to highlight importance of the issue.
He said that Pakistan is highly vulnerable to the effects,
cast by climate change.
Countries like Pakistan has to change their strategies to
deal with such situations on emergent grounds and revolutionise
their institutions, he added.
The higher temperature may negatively affect the growth
process of aquaculture, fish-biodiversity and breeding of
different creatures, he said.