As one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to adverse impacts of climate change, international negotiations
Rina Saeed Khan
Scientists have warned for some time now that heat waves will become more frequent and intense due to climate change.
How far are the citizens of the world ready to go to tackle climate change?
Come December, the COP21 is expected to create dialogue, enable collaboration and showcase game-changing solutions to
In the absence of government action, school kids, politicos and an NGO organise a clean-up campaign
Earth Day’s 45th anniversary is the perfect time to start implementation of our national climate policy
The need for government initiatives becomes critical as climate change wreaks havoc on crops
The government and big businesses must work with farmers to deal with the changing weather so that there’s enough food
Government support in revamping traditional farming practices to suit climate change could improve our economy
Implementation of a national strategy switched Brazil from an aid recipient to a model of success, can Pakistan do it?
We need to grow more food, waste less water, and make it easier for farmers to get their produce to consumers
Every December, thick fog descends upon Lahore, blocking out the winter sunshine, closing off the motorway after ...
With far-reaching consequences, climate change is a major security challenge for Pakistan.
Community-based projects to climate-proof villages and mitigate the impacts of climate are more important now than ever.
According to the latest UN report, the impacts of climate change on South Asia will get worse.
The best kinds of solutions are simply natural: an aquaculture intervention in the Indus Delta improves fisherfolk.
The export and import of wildlife has taken on a life of its own
Hammad Naqi Khan, the new director general of the World Wide Fund for Nature–Pakistan talks to Rina Saeed Khan about
Fisher folk of the Indus Delta are amongst the poorest and completely dependent upon fishing for their survival.
When it comes to carbon emissions, one US citizen is equal to 107 Bangladeshis.