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Operations and Supply Chain Club takes initiative to promote environmental awareness
November 3, 2011

The Operations and Supply Chain Club (OSCC) screened the award winning documentary an "Inconvenient Truth" by Al Gore, Former Vice President USA. The event was organized to promote green environment awareness (Green Supply Chain). The documentary focused on global warming and climate change.

This world famous documentary highlighted various activities of different countries that were harming the environment, thus adding up to the depletion of the ecosystem in general and natural resources specifically. The United States of America was the top environmental culprit. Al Gore pleaded to the US people and those belonging to other countries of the world that are causing serious harm to the environment, to conserve energy resources so that our future generations benefit from these efforts.

Faculty members and a number of students from different schools of UMT attended the session. Complimentary popcorn and drinks were distributed among the students.

Earlier, Amir Ijaz, Former President OSCC, thanked Kamran Rashid, CoD Supply Chain, and Haris Aslam, Lecturer, Supply Chain Department, for providing guidance during his tenure as the president of OSCC. He appreciated all the members of the OSCC team for their responsive attitude towards various activities and seminars organized by OSCC. After these remarks, Amir transferred Presidency to Mohammad Ahmad Afzal, President OSCC, who introduced the OSCC team to all those present.

The session was concluded by Haris Aslam, emphasizing that the awareness is the key to conserve non renewable energy sources. He also announced a competition on Green Supply Chain Initiative taken by OSCC.

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