Rina Saeed Khan

Crawl to the crab

The best kinds of solutions are simply natural: an aquaculture intervention in the Indus Delta improves fisherfolk. Updated Dec 14, 2014 08:37am

Wild baggage

The export and import of wildlife has taken on a life of its own Published Dec 07, 2014 12:02pm

‘A $15 billion industry’

Hammad Naqi Khan, the new director general of the World Wide Fund for Nature–Pakistan talks to Rina Saeed Khan about Published Dec 07, 2014 07:10am

The North-South divide

When it comes to carbon emissions, one US citizen is equal to 107 Bangladeshis. Updated Nov 16, 2014 07:29am

Saving the Earth

Deforestation is disturbing the ecological balance and pushing a number of animal species to the verge of extinction. Updated Oct 19, 2014 07:55am

Earthly matters: Putting people last

There has been no improvement in our economic and human development indicators last year, nor in the past eight years. Published Oct 05, 2014 07:08am

A flood of wrong moves

Why different government departments weren't prepared this year, is the question on everyone’s mind. Published Sep 13, 2014 05:42pm

Earthly matters: A global warning

Dilly-dallying with solutions to global warming will only lead to high mitigation costs as damage by green house gases Published Aug 24, 2014 06:27am

No room at the top

Discarded climbing gear and human waste threatens the sanctity of the Karakoram Updated Aug 11, 2014 03:55am

Houbara Bustard: Seasonal killers

It seems the government has finally woken up to the hunting of the endangered bird, but will it keep its word? Updated Jul 15, 2014 09:31am

Rescuing the high seas

The country needs a marine protected area to safeguard not only whale shark but also other endangered species that visit Published Jun 29, 2014 06:35am

Feature: Death ships and dead seas

Not only marine life but the livelihood of fishermen is in danger due to overfishing by deep sea trawlers. Updated Jun 26, 2014 06:19am