Women in southern Pakistan and millions like them around the world are at the searing edge of climate change.
UN climate change chief tells negotiators from around 200 countries that talks must be expedited as "the world expects it".
Sherry Rehman says the country experienced the longest heatwave in its history.
Report predicts by 2040, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan will become water-stressed.
The blaze has gulped down 40pc of the trees in the Koh-e-Sulaiman Range; experts blame extreme temperatures, human interference.
The use of the term emergency is a way of signalling the need to go beyond reform as usual, PM Bob Loughman says.
Majority of wealthy countries is creating unhealthy, dangerous and noxious conditions for children across the world, says Unicef
The main risks to sea turtles in Tunisia are linked to fisheries, since they become entangled in nets.
Pakistan among nations affected by drought; extreme weather led to economic losses worth billions of dollars, report says.
MNA Nawab Talpur writes letter to premier, asks him to intervene in water distribution among provinces.
Climate change also threatening biodiversity in both countries.
One of the world's largest rivers, the Brahmaputra, which flows into India and Bangladesh, burst its banks in Assam.
Says Pakistan lacks resources to create nationwide sustained response to crisis.
This year the heat came early in what many experts say is more proof of climate change.
It has become increasingly difficult to find cover — natural or synthetic — in the concrete jungle of Karachi.
Summer heatwaves are projected to increase at a rate of 0.71 day per decade in the country, says Global Food Policy Report 2022.
PM sets up task force on climate change to develop strategy to mitigate effects of climate change and Glof.
On the front line of climate change, Jacobabad is one of world's hottest cities, and peaked at 51 degrees Celsius at the weekend.
Major cities in Pakistan record temperatures in excess of 40 degrees, Jacobabad touches 50.
Heatwaves, changes in precipitation and hydrological imbalances will be the new normal.
Heatwave that scorched India and Pakistan last month still under review, but larger picture frighteningly clear, says a scientist.
Devastating hot spell will have knock-on effect on air quality, power and water shortages, agri-outputs.
In efforts to make Karachi a "smart city", officials often gloss over uneven terrains of liveability.
Pakistan among four nations exposed to wildfires, floods, storms and water shortages.
Environmental groups have vowed their “April Rebellion” will cause more significant disruption in the capital next week.
Scientist Rebellion targets universities and research institutes forcing them to speak out on the threat of global warming.
The hellish March to October months are when heat and humidity suffocate Karachi, making life more unbearable each passing year.
Will the new project, to cost a whopping Rs27.5 billion, solve Karachi’s traffic issues or simply lead to environmental disaster?
Some $844bn annually is needed to address the loss of biodiversity and nature, they say.
UN chief says the report stands as a “damning indictment” of failed leadership, nothing short of “criminal”.