Pollutants contain dangerous heavy metals such as cadmium, copper, nickel, lead, zinc, and iron.
The Indus River dumps 164,332 tonnes per year of plastic load into the Arabian Sea, which then persists as ...
Heatwave impacts crop growth and development at different levels like root and shoot growth, photosynthesis and yield.
There are an estimated three million cases of pesticide poisoning each year, according to the World Health Organisation.
AN estimated 36 million tonnes of food is wasted in Pakistan every year. This is equivalent to every citizen of...
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Sindh shows high levels of pollution, and the current steps being taken are inadequate to deal with the challenge
With unchecked levels of lead, the new K-IV water supply project could mean the metropolis is heading for a public
Ten years after committing to give high priority to sanitation, the government is still far from achieving the goal
Public awareness and attitudes to waste can substantially affect the overall solid waste management system
Presently, there is no threat in Pakistan but we need to be on full alert.
Clean and hygienic surroundings can control dengue to a great extent
The state of awareness about climate change in Sindh is poor.
F.H. Mughal advises on how and in what quantity chlorine should be used to protect against the brain-eating amoeba
Naegleria Fowleri comes through our water supply lines, but the only defence against it is controlled chlorination.
Is it wise to develop settlements in coastal areas when faced with threats due to a rise in sea level?
tells us why wrapping fried food in newspapers is bad news, and more ...