Why Pakistan's youth are migrating abroad—economic struggles, political unrest, education gaps, societal norms, and the allure of better opportunities.
Lahore, once a vibrant city, suffocates under a deadly smog blanket. Can Pakistan break the cycle of reactive solutions and save its people from this toxic crisis?
It's high time to challenge the conventional idea of job-seeking and embark on the journey of job creation.
Transitioning to a circular approach is crucial to minimize the negative impact of construction on the environment.
Despite being the hub of the Chandio caste, the village's poor and needy have been ignored and forgotten by their own leaders and elected representatives.
Pakistan's blue economy can significantly contribute to the national economy and provide a way out of huge financial debts if sustainable policies are developed.
Protecting the ecosystem is essential for economic growth, poverty alleviation, and social progress in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s developmental policies influenced by Western dynamics, lack of quality research and the impact of International Financial Institutions
With increased awareness, financial incentives and government regulations, we can work towards a greener future.
Pakistan has one of the highest urbanization rates and is facing issues with poverty and poor infrastructure in its metropolitan areas.
Urban agriculture offers benefits to cities by allowing local food production, which reduces carbon emissions and supports local businesses.
Pakistan has been under the IMF program for 22 times but has only received poverty and debt in return.
Over 36% of Pakistan's population lives in urban areas, and it is expected that by 2025, about half of the population will live in urban areas.