OUR STAFF REPORTER SIALKOT - Wing Kun Tam, President of Lions Club International, an NGO busy in a variety of public welfare and betterment of environment projects in all over the world, has said that excessive plantation was the only effective measure to control the threat of global warming beside reduction in use of fossil fuel. He said this in a meeting with Sialkot Eden Lions Club (SELC) President Arif Khawer Butt here Thursday. He said that Lions Club International had set a target of planting one million saplings all over the world during a period of one year starting from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012 but in less then half of a year 5.7 million saplings had been planted. He appreciated the performance of club members due to whom more than the target was achieved. LCI President hoped that in a period of one year more then 10 million saplings would be planted which would be help fighting the biggest threat to the mankind. Wing said that notable members of the society were being motivated by the welfare projects initiated by the International Lions. He added that Governor Punjab Latif Khosa had also consented to join the Lions. Arif Khawer Butt presented the quarterly report of SELC to Mr Wing. During his a two-day visit in Pakistan Wing met with a number of district heads of Lions Club and also inaugurated a number of welfare projects.