Pakistan must abandon its piecemeal approach for a clear water vision and negotiating strategy.
Ali Tauqeer Sheikh
Pakistan’s ability to cope with climate-induced threats has further weakened in recent years.
We are desperately short of early warning systems.
There are many benefits for Pakistan if it publicly commits to becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
Here’s a chance for the PM to talk of our climate crisis.
Pakistan’s argument about the insignificance of water quantities is misplaced.
Pakistan must secure its interests through regional diplomacy.
The impact from global climate change has the potential to threaten our security as well. But in order to meet the
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There are still capacity and knowledge gaps in the city’s response mechanism for extreme heat episodes.
Karachi can expect heatwaves to increase in the coming years.
This is the time to engage with active players.
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Even if load-shedding ends, clean and reliable energy will remain a distant dream for many Pakistanis.
A policy that ignores non-IWT sources of water is perilous for our security and economy.
Instead of simply being an ‘economic’ corridor, CPEC can become an environmental corridor.
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