Pakistan's coastline faces multifaceted challenges, demanding adaptation, resilient infrastructure, and international collaboration for a harmonious coexistence.
The accelerating meltdown of South Asia's glaciers endangers the region, demanding immediate global action.
Climate change represents a non-traditional threat to Pakistan, given its catastrophic implications that give rise to security concerns within the country.
International cooperation plays a crucial role in addressing the affordability challenge of the green energy transition in the developing world.
The impacts of climate change exacerbate social and economic inequalities in Pakistan, particularly affecting women and children living in poverty.
Efforts by global and regional organizations to tackle climate change challenges, hindrances to achieving climate goals, and the need for greater cooperation among nations are explored.
Protecting the ecosystem is essential for economic growth, poverty alleviation, and social progress in Pakistan.
With increased awareness, financial incentives and government regulations, we can work towards a greener future.
Theprogram is perceived as a potential failure as it is another West-drafted policy to address an issue primarily impacting the East.
So the question of whether dams are actually necessary arises. Are dams the only answer to all of our problems?