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Lahore a healthy city


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Lahore a healthy city

  1. 1. GROUP MEMBERS:Saba Zulfiqar (G.L)Anum GillaniTahreem NadeemAminah UsmanMaheen KhalidMariam MasoodNaveeda AhmadAbdul Manaf KhanMuhammad UsamaFaizan Sohail
  3. 3.  Solar photovoltaic plants
  4. 4.  The city is already operating on the largest solar photovoltaic plant Provide an additional source of energy, along with shade for the pedestrians below keeping the environment cool . Solar panels are mounted on the rooftops and projecting over the streets .
  5. 5. • Solar Panels on rooftops
  6. 6. • Solar panels under the pavements
  7. 7.  Geothermal Energy Project:  Surplus energy is generated by pumping water into the earth’s crust to produce steam..
  8. 8.  Personal Rapid Transit (Podcars):  Public transport  Carbon free  Small automatic cars  Ability to choose one’s own schedule  Offers privacy
  9. 9.  Flying Car:  Each private pod,  suspended from an elevated guide way  carry three passengers  up to 150 mph.
  10. 10.  Under Ground Metro System:  Cost-effective  energy-efficient  safe  reliable.  No air pollutants
  11. 11.  An Efficient Road Network:  Managing the road usage  Meeting diverse needs of people  Facilitating cycling
  12. 12.  100-metre underground metro system escalator
  13. 13.  Road Safety:  Volvo’s autonomous cars
  14. 14. Cycling is facilitatedby providing properlanes .
  15. 15.  Recycling Electricity production
  16. 16.  Some of the city’s waste is recycled, while some is incinerated in an electricity- generating process that releases significantly less carbon dioxide than a landfill does . The city has its own waste recycling plant. In This plant the garbage is sorted out and recycled or used for compost.
  17. 17.  Installing high-efficiency fixtures and appliances Advanced network of meters measure  consumers usage levels  location of water leaks throughout the city , preventing the wastage of water
  18. 18.  Storm water runoff management  land scaping techniques  green roofs  Permeable semi paved surfacesEliminating the use of toxicmaterials in building cleaning
  19. 19.  Employ wind towers of their own Incorporate narrow streets oriented at an angle that maximizes shade at the ground level. city exudes an aura of geometrical design, with the buildings arranged in neat squares, areas of solar panels and processing facilities placed around the outskirts, and parks occupying the remaining spaces.
  20. 20.  THE GREEN POLICE:  overcomes a psychological hurdlein the battle against climate change  Decked out in green jackets, theenforcers will be able to demandaccess to company property, viewpower meters, call up electricity and gas bills and examine carbon-trading records.
  21. 21.  Solar energy to drive vehicles maximize the use of natural light energy-efficient appliances.
  22. 22.  Through these measures, City needS only a quarter of the energy supply required by a normal city with the same population
  23. 23. Education System in PakistanIn Human development Report Pakistan isplaced at 136th position for having just49.9% educated population.In addition to that, Pakistan is ranked at 113thout of 120 registered UN members accordingto the research conducted by UNESCO .Some of the very basic flaws of the educationsystem in Pakistan contribute to theeconomic, ethnic and sociopolitical crisiswithin the country.
  24. 24. THE CONSTITUTION OF PAKISTAN states :[25A. Right to education.---The State shall provide free andcompulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteenyears in such manner as may be determined by law.]EDUCATIONAL REFORMS •Decentralization of decision-making, which improves education administration. This decentralization means governments must develop partnerships with communities, NGOs, and the private sector to delegate responsibility effectively in order to achieve universal primary education. •Greater autonomy for the schools. •Establishment of schools in villages and remote places. •Enforcement of Article- 25A mentioned above. •Development of vocational schools. •Employment of well trained teachers. •School systems 100% state funded.
  25. 25.  Students are equipped with technologicallyadvanced items to make studying easy and more fun .
  26. 26.  Special schools present for disabled children to polish their abilities so they can live healthy lives.
  27. 27.  Solving Politicalissues Public awareness High Education rate Encouraging newdevelopment ideas Doing our part ofwork in order to makeour city a healthy city.