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Climatic Changes To Hit Pakistan Harder: Study

Jan 3rd, 2013 | By
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Dawn: As the Bay of Bengal is cooling down and the North Arabian Sea is warming up, the number of tropical cyclones has increased owing to the temperature shifting trend. Data collected from 56 meteorological stations in Pakistan shows a sharp rise in temperature during the first decade of the 21st century, except the year

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Doha Climate Change Conference Another Lost Opportunity To Enhance Ambition

Jan 2nd, 2013 | By
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Nations: Global climate change regime evolved out of the Earth Summit of 1992, which gave birth to three conventions including the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Since then 195 countries have become parties to the Convention including Pakistan that ratified the Convention in 1994. Parties to the Convention have met eighteen times

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Informing About climate change adaptation?

Dec 7th, 2012 | By
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  IIED: How do we tell whether climate change adaptation is making headway? IIED and partners Garama 3C ltd and Adaptify are developing tailored frameworks to help developing countries evaluate their climate adaptation investments: not just the ‘outputs’ these produce, but the ‘outcomes’ they deliver. Climate change adaptation is “a journey, not a destination”, as

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Why Climate Change Is Not An Issue With Muslim Preachers

Dec 2nd, 2012 | By
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Dunya News: At Friday prayers in Qatar s most popular mosque, the imam discussed the civil war in Syria, the unrest in Egypt and the UN endorsement of an independent state of Palestine. Not a word about climate change, even though the Middle Eastern nation of Qatar is hosting a UN conference where nearly 200 countries

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Pakistan Ranks Third In Climate-Risk Index 2013

Nov 29th, 2012 | By
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  Pakistan Today: Despite severe flooding in 2011, Pakistan managed to drop itself from first last year, to third position this year in the league table for countries that were worst hit by extreme weather events in 2011, according to a ‘climate risk index 2013’ published here on Tuesday. In 2011, the ranking of the

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Pakistan: Climate Change Ministry To Miss Global Event

Nov 26th, 2012 | By
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Dawn: The Prime Minister rejected a summary by the Ministry of Climate Change to attend the biggest environmental gathering in the world, due to shortage of funds. Officials in the Ministry of Climate Change confirmed that the eight to ten member delegation, made up of government officials, was not allowed to present Pakistan’s case on

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Climate Impacts Cost Pakistan Up To $14bn A Year

Nov 23rd, 2012 | By
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The News: The ever-increasing roles of the private sector and businesses in protecting coastal areas and maintaining their ecological integrity were the main topics of discussion at a learning event of the ninth regional meeting of the Mangroves for the Future initiative titled “Resilience, Climate Change and the Private Sector in Sustainable Coastal Management”. Leading

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Pakistan’s Vulnerability To Flooding, Droughts To Continue: UN Expert

Nov 22nd, 2012 | By
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The News: In an interview with The News on Monday evening, the regional adviser-environment of the United Nations Development Programme, Asia-Pacific Regional Centre, Joseph D’Cruz, talked about how far Pakistan was vulnerable to droughts and floods, global climate change and other related issues. Joseph D’Cruz is based in Bangkok. He is here to attend the

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Indigenous People Are Direct Victims Of Climate Change

Nov 19th, 2012 | By
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Daily Times: Speakers at a seminar on ‘Climate change: Impacts on Livelihood, Marine and Coastal Resources’ said on Saturday that indigenous people are direct victims of climate change and the state has failed to provide required protection to the people during calamities. The seminar was jointly organised by Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum (PFF), Pakistan Institute of

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EU Grants 1.2m Euros For Climate Change Study: Pakistan

Nov 7th, 2012 | By
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Tribune: The European Union has provided a grant of 1.2 million euros for conducting a climate change impact assessment study in Swat basin in the wake of Munda Dam multi-purpose project in Mohmand Agency of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata). For the study, a joint venture comprising two renowned firms – AHT of Germany

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Kaira For Regional Cooperation To Manage Climate Change, Risks

Nov 3rd, 2012 | By
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AP of Pakistan: Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira said on Thursday that Pakistan realizes that managing climate change and the accompanying risks were not possible without regional cooperation and coordinated efforts. Speaking at a meeting on “Engaging SAARC for Disaster Resilience” here he said that disaster risk reduction needs to be a

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Report Highlights Hazardous Changes To Climate

Nov 1st, 2012 | By
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The News: Pakistan is facing serious threats due to climate changes fast taking place particularly in mountainous regions of Hindu Kush-Karakoram-Himalaya, it is learnt.  “The carbonaceous filth has started mixing into Indus waters pouring in from Glaciers (snow melting) which could leave hazardous consequences for life of every kind in the water passageways,” officials told

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Flood-Hit Pakistan Moves Toward Disaster Insurance

Oct 29th, 2012 | By
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Alertnet: Hussain Khan lost everything in the 2010 floods that swept through Pakistan: His two children, his home on the banks of the Swat River, his dozens of cattle, sheep and goats, and his six-acre cherry crop. Today the 43-year-old farmer, the sole breadwinner for a family of 10, works as a motel waiter in

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Pakistan Should Take Strong Position On Global Climate Change Issues

Oct 22nd, 2012 | By
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Business Recorder: A renowned Climate Scientist, Professor Dr Qamar-Uz-Zaman Chaudhry remained the director general of Pakistan Meteorological Department between 1996 and 2010. He is a research scientist in the fields of Global Warming & Climate Change, Meteorology, Atmospheric Sciences, Hydrology and Seismology. He has produced more than 70 research papers and articles, published in national

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Women On The Frontline Of Climate Change-Pakistan

Oct 17th, 2012 | By
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The News: In a tattered mud-and-twigs hut, some 16 kilometers away from Jati Tehsil in Thatta district, Hanifa lights up her cigarette confidently telling us she can handle a natural disaster if it comes. She sounds pretty brave as she narrates her tales of survival from a series of natural disasters in the last two

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Flood-Risk Management: SAARC Countries To Formulate Plan

Oct 12th, 2012 | By
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Business Recorder: The SAARC member countries have decided to formulate a road map for flood risk management that would be presented in the next SAARC summit for approval. The decision was taken in a workshop titled ‘SAARC Workshop on Flood Risk Management in South Asia’ organised by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in collaboration

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Climate Change…Saanu ki?

Oct 4th, 2012 | By
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The News: Even though Pakistan lies among the 20 most vulnerable countries impacted by climate change, according to the Maplecroft Climate Change Vulnerabilities Index, most of us living here go “Saanu ki?” when we hear the word climate change. I mean what possibly could go wrong with our lives in terms of the climate changing.

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Pakistan And Climate Change and Challange

Oct 2nd, 2012 | By
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DAWN/Foreign Policy: GLOBAL warming is the increase in the temperature of the earth’s near-surface air and that of the temperature of oceans. This rise in the temperature will cause the sea level to rise. This will increase the intensity of the occurrence of extreme weather events, leading to a change in agricultural productivity, trade, water

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Climate Change: Senators Alarmed By Deforestation In The Country

Oct 1st, 2012 | By
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Express Tribune: With flash floods cutting a trail of destruction across some districts of Balochistan and Sindh, the Senate standing committee on climate change raised alarm on Monday at the rapid deforestation in the country and directed the government to take immediate steps to rehabilitate forest land. Highlighting the role of trees in curbing flash

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Pakistan: Cabinet Approved Climate Policy Amidst Threats Of Global Warming

Sep 27th, 2012 | By
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Business Recorder: Amidst threats of worst climatic changes, the federal cabinet on Wednesday approved National Climate Change Policy to mitigate impacts of climate related disasters and adaptation to new strategies for sustainable growth in the country. The new policy has elaborated concerted measures focusing all related areas as it bears the input by all stakeholders

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Environmental Degradation ‘Has Become a National Emergency’

Sep 20th, 2012 | By




The News: Environmental degradation has become a national emergency and a non-traditional security threat. Enhanced research capacities should be developed to cope with the daunting challenges of environmental degradation, climate change and recurrent disasters, said participants of a research-writing workshop on ‘Environmental and Natural Resource Economics.’ The workshop was jointly organised by the Sustainable Development

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Disaster-Proofing Your Village Before The Floods-The Case Of Sindh, Pakistan

Sep 20th, 2012 | By




CDKN: Sindh, a province in the South of Pakistan is suffering multiple effects of climate change. The IPCC Special Report on managing the risks of extreme climate events (SREX)(2012) highlighted the growing tendency for climate-change induced disasters. Sindh has suffered droughts, floods and cyclones on many occasions in the last ten years, and they are

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National Policy On Climate Change To Be Approved: Pakistan Minister

Sep 13th, 2012 | By




Business Recorder: The Cabinet is likely to approve the ‘National Policy on Climate Change’ in the next couple of days in a bid to mitigate losses after extreme weather events such as heavy rains, a federal minister said on Tuesday. “The National Policy on Climate Change will address issues related to flood damage after heavy

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Wetland Technology Could Ease Pakistan’s Water Woes

Sep 7th, 2012 | By




Altertnet: For farmer Asadullah Kerio, water shortages are a thing of the past. Since 2010, he has been irrigating his land with treated wastewater from a nearby ‘constructed wetland’ in Majeed Keerio village in Shaheed Benazirabad district, some 271 km (168 miles) northeast of Karachi. “Use of treated wastewater has invigorated my farmland by increasing its fertility

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Nepal Views: China’s Water Resources and Pak-India Water Brawl

Sep 7th, 2012 | By




Telegraph Nepal: China also has tremendous water resources. More than 2700 cubic meters of water flow from the country every day. Out of this, 6, 67,000 MW hydroelectricity can be produced. Of which 3, 00, 080 MW can be produced comfortably. China has already produced 80,000 MW of hydro power. By constructing 7 dams in

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Mapping Vulnerability To Climate Change And Its Repercussions On Human Health In Pakistan

Sep 5th, 2012 | By




Globalization and health: Pakistan is highly vulnerable to climate change due to its geographic location, high dependence on agriculture and water resources, low adaptive capacity of its people, and weak system of emergency preparedness. This paper is the first ever attempt to rank the agro-ecological zones in Pakistan according to their vulnerability to climate change

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CDM Key To Climate Change Mitigation, Adaptation

Sep 5th, 2012 | By




The Nations: The country can immensely benefit from the clean development mechanism (CDM) for climate change mitigation and adaptation, said Minister for Climate Change, Rana Farooq Saeed Khan, as he launched the CDM Guide Book for Pakistan, and inaugurated a CDM cell at the Climate Change Ministry. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNDIO) representative for

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Pakistan Facing Big Environmental Challenges

Sep 3rd, 2012 | By




The News: The National Forum for Environment and Health (NFEH) and the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) organised a talk by the global vice-president of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Javed Jabbar, on “An Introduction to IUCN and Environmental Challenges in Pakistan”, here the other day. Jabbar

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Contrasting Patterns Of Early Twenty-First-Century Glacier Mass Change In The Himalayas

Aug 27th, 2012 | By
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Nature: Glaciers are among the best indicators of terrestrial climate variability, contribute importantly to water resources in many mountainous regions1, 2 and are a major contributor to global sea level rise3, 4. In the Hindu Kush–Karakoram–Himalaya region (HKKH), a paucity of appropriate glacier data has prevented a comprehensive assessment of current regional mass balance5. There

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Water Scarcity Looming Threat Across Country

Aug 27th, 2012 | By




Pakistan Observer: With the country slowly slipping down the scarcity bench mark, Pakistan will be facing severe water crisis in coming years. The alarm bells are ringing and in most of urban areas, the residents complain of water shortage, especially in summers. This situation will gradually extend to our agriculture sector – the backbone of

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For A Few Drops Of Water

Aug 21st, 2012 | By




The News on Sunday: People lose their lives in search of water in a village that has little or no drinking water facilities Wandering in Kachho, desert and hilly area of Dadu district of Sindh province, her tears have dried up in the searing dry winds. Whether it’s dawn or sizzling midday, the women of Kachho

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Study Finds City Vulnerable to Climate Change Impact

Aug 8th, 2012 | By




DAWN: The fundamental challenge facing Karachi is a disorganised, ill-coordinated institutional and governance framework with substantial capacity deficits, according to a recent study assessing the city’s vulnerability to possible climate change impacts. The 65-page study, Karachi city climate change adaptation strategy a road map, is conducted by Shehri-Citizens for a Better Environment, with the support

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The Reality Of Climate Change In Our Hills

Aug 7th, 2012 | By
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On an article published on 6 Aug 2012 at Livemint (reproduced below), Dr. Sudhirendar Sharma raises a few questions. He says, “whether or not the trend co-relates to climate change, it is clear that there has virtually been an absence of a well thought-out strategy to overcome it. Job opportunities and local markets haven’t been

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Pakistan ‘Nowhere Near Prepared For Another Major Disaster’

Aug 6th, 2012 | By




Guardian: Major shortcomings in risk reduction system leave Pakistan vulnerable to floods and earthquakes, says Disasters Emergency Committee report. Measures introduced by the Pakistan government to reduce the risk and impact of disasters may look good on paper, but the reality is markedly different, according to a research study commissioned by the Disasters Emergency Committee

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Pakistan’s Sustainable Development Conundrum

Jul 31st, 2012 | By




From the lush green north to the colourful coast in the south; Pakistan’s landscape of 340, 130 square miles presents sights and sounds that enchant the senses. But with a worsening situation of pollution and depletion of the environment, it is not for certain that the country’s future generations will witness the sunset on Hunza’s

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South Asia’s Water Woes

Jul 25th, 2012 | By




Dawn: KANZALWAN, India-Pakistan Line of Control (AlertNet): As the silver waters of the Kishanganga rush through this north Kashmir valley, Indian laborers are hard at work on a hydropower project that will dam the river just before it flows across one of the world’s most heavily militarised borders into Pakistan. The hum of excavators echoes

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Pakistan: Climate Change Poses Real Threat-Study

Jul 23rd, 2012 | By




Dawn: A study conducted by the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB) in collaboration with the World Bank has raised many concerns about climatic change in our region and its repercussions. The experts, who carried out the study, warn that if Pakistan does not build dams while finding other ways to salvage the existing water

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Pakistan May Suffer Worst Climate Change

Jul 12th, 2012 | By




The Nations: Considerable increase in frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, erratic monsoon rains, floods, droughts and rising sea level are indicators of Pakistan’s vulnerability to drastic climate change which could be addressed through measures suggested in national policy on climate change. The meteorologists and environmental experts while presenting their papers at a conference titled

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Pakistan: Don’t Panic About A ‘Super Flood’, Says Government Adviser

Jul 12th, 2012 | By




Tribune Pakistan: While government officials are expecting a flood in Sindh, environment experts didn’t sound an alarmist note at a conference on Monday. According to environment experts and officials of the meteorological department, there was no chance of a ‘super flood’ in Pakistan, and that hardly five to 15% more rains than the normal monsoon

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Kids To Take Part In Mountain Conservation Meet

Jul 9th, 2012 | By




The News International: As many as 120 children hailing from different parts of Pakistan left Monday for Abbottabad to take part in the 10-day long 11th National Children’s Mountain Conservation Meet (NCMCM), says a press release. Speaking on the occasion, Brigadier (r) Muhammad Akram, President of the Adventure Foundation Pakistan (AFP), said that children and

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Pakistan Unveils Sustainable Development Strategy

Jul 5th, 2012 | By




Scidevnet: Pakistan’s new national sustainable development strategy (NSDS) boasts a ‘green action agenda’ and proposes to set up a knowledge management system that is based on science, technology and innovation. The strategy document, presented at a side-event at the Rio+20 summit last month (22 June), is linked with the country’s climate adaptation strategies. Jawed Malik,

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Discourse On Sustainable Agriculture

Jul 3rd, 2012 | By




Daily Times: Climate change is big threat to Pakistan therefore farmers should practice traditional knowledge and improve food security through sustainable agriculture. Shoaib Aziz, project manager Damaan Development Organisation (DDO) highlighted impact of climate change on sustainable agriculture and called for revival and promotion of sustainable agriculture. A one day seminar on ‘Discourse on sustainable

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Siachen Glacier Time to Change The Climate

Jun 28th, 2012 | By




The News: Could a joint Siachen Science Centre help in shift the paradigm from politics and nationalistic positions towards a scientific resolution of the dispute? Having made substantial headway in the domain of trade and commerce, New Delhi and Islamabad feel that this is the right time to also start discussing vexed issues such as

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Pakistan Satisfied With The Final Document, Said Negotiators

Jun 27th, 2012 | By




The News: RIO DE JANEIRO: Pakistan’s negotiators during preparatory and final round of Rio+20 negotiations showed satisfaction on the final document. World leaders approved the outcome document for Rio+20, entitled “The Future We Want,” adopted by 193 members of the United Nations on June 22. The document calls for a wide range of action such

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Climate Change: UN Expert Suggests Indo-Pak Research Collaboration

Jun 27th, 2012 | By




Tribune: The Pakistani and Indian governments need to collaborate on policy and research on environmental issues as the two countries have shared ecosystems, said a UN expert on climate change in a talk at the Lahore University of Management Sciences on Tuesday. “We have to see beyond the collaboration of think tanks and policy makers

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Disaster In Slow Motion: The Retreating Himalayas

Jun 18th, 2012 | By




The Tribune: Disaster in slow motion: The retreating Himalayas: food security at stake. If the unprecedented rate of glacial retreat in the South Asian region is not checked, countries in the area are likely to turn highly food-insecure. Pakistan’s latest Climate Change Policy clearly indicates that freshwater resources in Pakistan are dependent on snow and

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Environmental Issues And Youth In The Mountains

Jun 18th, 2012 | By
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Mountain Voice: In a series of our Mountain Voice, the Climate Himalaya team interacted with youth in western Himalayan region of India to understand that how aware and concerned they are about various environment issues and how involved the Youth’s are in various developmental processes. As per our interaction with Youth in western Himalayan region

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Environment: The Vanishing Forests

Jun 15th, 2012 | By




Dawn: Forests keep the planet alive and play a key role in the battle against climate change. Forests feed rivers and are essential in replenishing the water table; they maintain soil fertility and minimise the often devastating impact of storms, floods and fires. They are the green lungs of the earth. But despite all of

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Pakistan Heading Towards Extreme Weather Conditions

Jun 8th, 2012 | By




The Nations: COMSATS organised an event to celebrate the World Environment Day, in collaboration with the Meteorology Department of COMSATS Institution of Information Technology. Dr Ishfaq Ahmad, Senior Advisor on Climate Change and Development, Planning Commission of Pakistan, graced the occasion as the chief guest. In his keynote address, Dr Ahmad appreciated the holding of

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Reflection: Climate Action Plans In Himalayas

Jun 6th, 2012 | By
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During CoP 17 of UNFCCC with the representation of over 20,000 delegates from about 200 countries, the world discussed three major issues of climate change i.e.  commitment period of Kyoto protocol, the process of action on binding regime-as equity and, the future course of actions on Cancun and Bali action plans. As mountains are the

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Review: Actions By Governments For Climate Change

Jun 6th, 2012 | By
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In our focus countries Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan, it has been observed that the governments have shown their concerns about climatic changes in Himalayan regions. With its advocacy for national happiness index Bhutan is working on many of its glaciers and flood information systems. However, Bhutan’s Climate Summit during 2011 was not a very

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Pakistan: Coping With Climate Change

Jun 5th, 2012 | By




Pakistan Observer: The fact that India faces multiple environmental crisis was highlighted by the government’s report on the impact of global warming across the country. The report, soon to be submitted to the UN, predicts as much as a 4 degree rise in maximum temperatures in some parts of kutch and Rajasthan by the next

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In Search Of: Himalayan Ice Loss

Jun 4th, 2012 | By
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Skeptical Science: The lofty mountains at the Roof of the World, the Himalayas, harbor many strange and mythical things.  From the Abominable Snowman (myth) to the magnificent Potala Palace (wondrously real), to the far horizon of lost Shambhala (mythical [?] Shangri-La) to the manifold tales of the Vedas (also real), many a fanciful tale emerge

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Scoping-Climate Compatible Development For Pakistan

Jun 1st, 2012 | By




CDKN: The focus of this project is to support the Government of Pakistan in developing and scoping a nationally appropriate programme of work on climate compatible development. It will build on work done to date on climate change in Pakistan and connect the government’s newly approved National Climate Change Policy to action on the ground.

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Mechanisms Needed To Address Water Scarcity, Crops Productivity

May 30th, 2012 | By




Tribune: Speakers at the conclusion of an international conference on Monday underscored the need to come up with mechanisms to cope with climate change and its impacts on water scarcity and crops productivity. During the conference, titled “Climate change: A challenge for agriculturists”, speakers revealed that Pakistan’s per capita water will reduce to 800 cubic

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Climate Conversations – Malnutrition Increases On The Horizon In South Asia

May 30th, 2012 | By




Alertnet: Malnutrition is worsening in developing countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and India because of the impacts of climate change – particularly on water resources, a key input for producing food for more than a billion people in the region. Climate change and rising temperatures have now badly disturbed food production patterns and have deepened

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Pakistan Is ‘Food Insecure’ Despite Agricultural Output Growth

May 27th, 2012 | By




The News: Despite growth of agricultural output Pakistan is still ‘food insecure’ and facing high level of ‘hunger and malnutrition”, and climate change is threat to this country that can be tackled by educating communities, said Vice Chancellor, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Dr Rashid Amjad. He was addressing project inception workshop on ‘Climate

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Pakistan Needs To Re-orient Its Economy On Green Discourse

May 24th, 2012 | By




Pak observer: Green economy is vital for inclusive and sustainable growth. Eminent international experts and senior Pakistani officials and business representatives unanimously said it at the opening day of two-day ‘National consultation on green economy’ jointly organized by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), One UN Joint Programme on Environment, Ministry of Climate Change, Heinrich Boll

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Pakistan Needs A New Crop Forecasting System

May 23rd, 2012 | By




Scidevnet: Pakistan’s outdated crop yield forecasting system needs a revamp, says Ibrar ul Hassan Akhtar. Like most developing countries, Pakistan is staring at the spectre of food insecurity, with its food production out of sync with population growth. The food availability scenario is further complicated by changing weather patterns with recurring severe droughts and floods

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Pakistan Among The Most Vulnerable Countries

May 21st, 2012 | By




DAWN: Pakistan is among the most vulnerable countries facing climate-related risks revealed an Asia-Pacific Human Development report launched here on Wednesday. The report further suggested the Asia-Pacific region must continue to grow economically to lift millions out of poverty but it must also respond to changes in climate to survive. “Growing first and cleaning up

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