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Traditional Water Management Practices in Pakistan Threatened by Climate Change and Globalization

A practice used to manage glacial water resources that is central to cultures in northern Pakistan is facing enormous transformation in the modern day.
01/20/22

Five WWF Pakistan staff monitoring forest protection die in car crash

WWF Pakistan described the victims whose car plunged into a ravine in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as "young and passionate environmentalists" The post Five WWF Pakistan staff monitoring forest protection die in car crash appeared first on…
12/16/21

Five WWF Pakistan staff monitoring forest protection die in car crash

WWF Pakistan described the victims whose car plunged into a ravine in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as "young and passionate environmentalists" The post Five WWF Pakistan staff monitoring forest protection die in car crash appeared first on…
12/16/21

Pakistan explores debt-for-nature scheme to accelerate its 10 billion tree tsunami

Creditors could grant Pakistan debt relief in exchange for meeting nature restoration targets, under a proposed first-of-its-kind bond The post Pakistan explores debt-for-nature scheme to accelerate its 10 billion tree tsunami appeared first on Climate…
04/16/21
                                                               

Pakistan signals coal power exit, in potential model for China

Imran Khan announced his government would not approve any more coal power plants and pivot to renewables, contrary to the grid operator's forecast of a coal boom
12/19/20

Pakistan signals coal power exit, in potential model for China’s belt and road

Imran Khan announced his government would not approve any more coal power plants and pivot to renewables, contrary to the grid operator's forecast of a coal boom The post Pakistan signals coal power exit, in…
12/16/20
                                                               

Global Warming in South Asia: 800 Million at Risk

By Somini Sengupta and Nadja Popovich Graphics by By The New York Times | Source: World Bank
Climate change could sharply diminish living conditions for up to 800 million people in South Asia, a region that is already home to some of the world’s poorest and hungriest people, if nothing is done…
06/28/18