From Winters to Summers: Investigating the Loss of Spring Season in Lahore

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Pakistan is one of the countries that is most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. The country has already experienced changes in weather patterns, including hotter summers, longer heat waves, and shorter spring seasons. Lahore, the second-largest city in Pakistan, is a prime example of a city where the spring season has been lost […]

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Plastic Crisis: An Emerging Threat to Mountain Ecosystem

Not just in Pakistan, but everywhere in the world, plastic pollution has grown to be a terrible issue. The increased usage of plastic has exacerbated existing environmental issues and has a catastrophic impact on both marine and terrestrial species. Due to its widespread production and distinctive qualities, plastic’s use significantly rose after 1965, becoming a […]

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COP27: Introduction to Key Topics, Events and Its Importance

Sharm el Sheikh Conference on Climate Change: A Unique opportunity for the World to Take Together Action and Mitigatory Implementation on Climate Change Introduction Every year the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has held several conferences to resolve the global climate change issue and the COP27,that was happened in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt […]

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REVERENCE FOR NATURE – LISTENING TO THE CRIES OF DIMINISHING WILDERNESS IN PAKISTAN

By: Dr. Khalid Farooq Akbar and Syeda Khola Tazeen Corresponding Author: kakbar5813@gmail.com Nature is the art of God. – Dante Introduction The ever-growing tsunami of human development including infrastructure expansion, urbanization, deforestation and industrialization has changed natural landscapes and is ravaging pristine wild areas. With advances in engineering and technology, there is no place left on […]

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Third Pole Is Melting – Himalaya-HinduKush-Karakoram Glacier

Introduction Pakistan ranks among the most vulnerable and climate change-affected country. According to Worldometer, its fossil fuels’ global emissions are less than 1 %. China is emitting 29.18% and ranked among the top emitters. Pakistan shares a border with China. Unfortunately, these pollutants don’t know any border. The Sino-Pak border is provided with a natural […]

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Commodified Dead of South Punjab – Foreign Aid Amid Floods

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South Punjab, the most deprived region since independence is once again under catastrophic circumstances. Prior, it was  neglected in domains of budget distributions, human developments and infrastructures but now the inhabitants of this region are facing monopolisation, exploitation and irrelevancy even after their deaths. The more the dead count is, the more it generates the […]

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Urgency of Climate Justice for Mountain Communities of Pakistan

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Introduction: The poor and vulnerable mountain communities of Gilgit Baltistan emitting lowest carbon are suffering the most from climate change. For just and sustainable climate and environment, we need to look at the climate crises through a human right lens and belief in working together to create a better future for present and future generations. […]

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