Transforming Gilgit: Sustainable Development and Conservation

As a student, researcher, and environmental activist residing in Gilgit-Baltistan, specifically in the environmentally impacted city of Gilgit, I have observed firsthand the dramatic degradation of my hometown. Once an idyllic green city adorned with a network of pristine water streams originating from glaciers, Gilgit has transformed into a bustling hub burdened by overpopulation and […]

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Pakistan’s Climate Resilience: From Ignorance to Action

Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperature and weather patterns on Earth, primarily attributed to human activities, particularly the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas), deforestation, and industrial processes. These activities release greenhouse gases (such as carbon dioxide and methane) into the atmosphere, trapping heat and causing the Earth’s temperature to […]

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Climate Calendar Chaos: Adapting to the Unpredictable Patterns of Winter

The consistency of winter brings nostalgic warmth as we cuddle up by the fireplace with a hot cup of cocoa and look out at the snow-covered scenery. But in recent years, the highly unpredictable patterns of winter brought forth by climate change have completely turned upside down our seasonal expectations. The calendar, which used to […]

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Why Pakistan Needs Eco-Friendly And Sustainable Tourism?

Eco-tourism in Pakistan: Tourism associated and aimed at conserving the environment from degradation while enjoying visiting a new country or place is termed as eco-tourism. Pakistan being one of the countries with an emerging tourism industry has seen great benefits due to this. But it is also crucial to address the unacknowledged part of the […]

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Great Potential of Ecotourism in Pakistan and Its Importance

What is Eco-Tourism? Eco-Tourism is the environmentally friendly and responsible approach to tourism. It involves having tourists visit sites in a country or place while focusing on environmental conservation, supporting local economies and minimizing the negative impacts of tourism. This is beneficial to preserve wildlife and conservation of those areas which are threatened and/or degraded. […]

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Fading Footprints: A Tale of Survival Struggle

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Pakistan’s unique wildlife faces significant threats, encompassing population decline, habitat loss, illegal hunting, poaching, and the illicit trade of wild animals. The survival battle of three iconic species that call Pakistan home warrants discussion. Check out: 10 Critically Endangered Animals That Can Go Extinct By 2050 1. SNOW LEOPARD The Snow Leopard, scientifically known as […]

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Reasons Why Pakistani Universities Need To Go Paperless?

Pakistani Universities and Their Paper Use- Sources and Amount Pakistani education system in general utilizes a ton of paper annually. The Universities are no exception. From multiple paged admission forms to bi annual fee receipts that are discarded without a thought. This happens every year and the amount of paper waste generated is unprecedented. Pakistan […]

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List of Major and Minor Rivers of Pakistan With Description

Rivers of Pakistan Pakistan is a country blessed with numerous river systems. These rivers are a source of livelihood for the population of Pakistan as well as provide a rich ecosystem for biodiversity to thrive. In addition, Pakistan has one of the world’s largest and longest running irrigation systems in the world known as the […]

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