Institute for Art and Culture (IAC) in collaboration with Centre for Climate & Environmental Research (CCER) conducted a one-day painting competition on “Climate change in Pakistan”. This event was held on 16th December 2022 to raise awareness for controlling detrimental effects on environment by human lifestyle. This initiative of School of Art proved fruitful as many students participated enthusiastically. The purpose behind arranging it was to give students an opportunity to showcase their creativity and artistic skills. Students were divided into two teams, with each having ten members from different semesters. This provided junior students an opportunity to work with and learn from their senior fellows. Both the teams were awarded with the prize money as token of encouragement. On the other hand, the foundation year students were given an activity on climate change in which they explored the concept of deforestation. They created an art installation by adding 600 green flags in the campus ground. Foundation year students were also assigned the task of creating an artwork on the idea of climate change on an A3 size sheet. Students created visually appealing artworks that displayed their ideas about how climate change is impacting us, and what steps we can take to save our planet. These artworks were displayed in the IAC ground. Chief guest Mrs. Faisal Janjua and Chief Operating Officer CCER Ms. Dur e Shawar also encouraged the students with the prize distribution.