Consequences of Climate Change on Pastoralists in Pakistan

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Published research reported consequences of climate change on sustainability and resiliency of pastoralists in Punjab, Pakistan. The community of Pastoralists and their livestock is highly vulnerable to changing climatic conditions. The study method was based on the principal component analysis in order to find out the factors targeting the community of pastoralists. Introduction Pastoralists are […]

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Pakistan Proceeds Towards Bamboo Production by Joining INBAR

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Pakistan is going to become a full member of INBAR to increase bamboo production International Network on Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) is an international organization Almost every country of SAARC is a member of INBAR excluding Afghanistan and Pakistan   The government of Pakistan is making a move by joining International Network on Bamboo and […]

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Pakistan Amongst Most Affected Countries By Climate Change

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Pakistan is securing its rank at number 8 in the list of countries highly affected by severe climatic changes. According to German Watch Report, Pakistan makes a shift from number 5 rank to number 8 by initiating environmental-friendly projects. The government of Pakistan is continuously doing efforts to tackle the impacts of global warming.   […]

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Floating photovoltaic technology – An answer to Pakistan’s electricity crisis?

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Published research indicates the possible implementation of floating photovoltaic technology in Pakistan. Pakistan is in immense need of floating photovoltaic technology to overcome the energy crisis. The climatic conditions of Pakistan are already in favor of the floating photovoltaic technology system.   Introduction The economic development of any country is dependent on an uninterrupted power […]

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First-Ever Forest Monitoring System launched by Pakistan

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Pakistan did a great effort by launching the first-ever satellite-based forest monitoring system. Forest Monitoring System will be used to monitor tree loss, land deterioration, and habitat fragmentation The Forest monitoring system is a part of the 10 billion tree tsunami project that will assist in tackling climatic conditions.   Unlike other countries, Pakistan is […]

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10 Billion Tree Tsunami Project appreciated by UNEP Executive Director

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The current Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme appreciated Pakistan’s 10 billion tree tsunami project. British government entitled this project of Pakistan as one of the most successful green initiatives. Pakistan is actively playing its role in dealing with severe climate change and receiving recognition from other parts of the world.   Climate […]

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Dangerous levels of Radon found in drinking water in District Bannu

A recently published study found out that the levels of Radon found in water samples from Bannu District, Pakistan is higher than the acceptable limit. Inert/radioactive gas radon could have severe health complications if consumed in high concentration. The researchers analyzed various groundwater samples from the target area and assessed health issues linked with radon […]

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West Asian Countries Set Four-Year Plan for Environment Action

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  The forthcoming fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly will likely be held on 22 and 23rd of February, 2021. Representatives of West Asia are joining hands to tackle upcoming regional environmental challenges from 2020 to 2025. The newly introduced midterm strategy focuses on respective possible actions for environmental issues such as climate […]

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