Celebrating Earth day is not enough, Pakistan needs to pull its act together before the next climate change conference
Rina Saeed Khan
Technology can help mountain communities deal more efficiently with climate change which is here to stay
The world’s largest solar park is under construction and making progress
Can anyone imagine the British making a cricket stadium or a railway station in either the Hyde or Regent’s Park?
With climate change, land degradation and a business-as-usual approach, we are clearly headed for disaster.
Greening an entire province will contribute towards global climate mitigation
According to astounding research by Prof Beach, the best developed monsoon in the world is in South Asia; Sahara was
The Punjab government turns a blind eye to its flawed growth strategy
The Paris agreement sets developing countries on a course of enhancing adaptive capacity and increasing resilience
Future emission reductions are now in the hands of the largest polluters, says climate change minister.
I left the conference sad; this agreement is not enough for the Chitralis, who will continue to face flooding each year.
The only positive news coming out of Pakistan at the conference was KP’s ‘Billion tree tsunami’
Climate agreement has no guarantee of assistance for poor and vulnerable countries.
Ministers from over 190 countries negotiate all night behind closed doors only to announce the new deadline.
Young women from Hunza and Chitral share their life journeys and how they became empowered through an NGO.
Pakistan’s per capita emission of green house gases is one of the lowest in the world, says Zahid Hamid.
The distribution of the snow leopard, also found in Pakistan, is being affected by the impacts of climate change.
KP govt presents its “Billion Tree Tsunami” project at the pavilion of the IUCN.
Our prime minister looked exhausted and by the time I got a hold of my notebook, his speech was over!
The brief talks between PM Nawaz and Modi helped to ease the tense atmospherics of bilateral relations.