Tag: Climate

Potent Threats of Climate Change in Pakistan and their Mitigation, A way forward

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article image Fluctuation in the average weather pattern of a specific region experienced for a longer period of time is termed as climate change. Different indicators of climate change are change in wind pattern, temperature and precipitation. Increased concentration of greenhouse gases is a principle cause of climate change. There happens to be an annual increase of […]…Read More

Climate Change and Depletion of Ozone layer

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article image Today, the anthropogenic activities such as deforestation, urbanization, burning of fossil fuels and land use changes and have a significance effect on altering the composition of the atmosphere. Ozone layer depletion is one of the most serious problem faced our planet. Ozone layer is present in the middle layer of the atmosphere_ in the stratosphere_ […]…Read More

Food Insecurity and Climate Change! National & International Scenario

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article image Any substance (liquid or solid) which, when consumed provides energy for growth and development of body. Food is very crucial for humanity to live alive because it provides us the energy to grow and live stronger. Irrespective of fulfilling our dietary needs it also represents cultural values as well. Many cultures in the world hold […]…Read More

Mainstreaming climate concerns into development agenda stressed

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Senator Mushahidullah Khan, Federal climate change minister said mainstreaming of climate change into national, provincial district socio-economic development policies and strategies and heightened climate-smart investments in infrastructure, businesses, and skills are must for protecting Pakistan from fallouts of the climate change induced-disasters. “If we want to boost the country’s climate resilience against exacerbating impacts of […]…Read More

Confirmation of construction of climate change consortium: Mushahid Ullah

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Senator Mushahid Ullah Khan, Federal Minister for Climate Change has confirmed support of Ministry of Climate Change to establish climate change consortium under Global Change Impact Study Centre while chairing a meeting on the working of the Global Change Impact Study Centre held at Ministry of Climate Change. The minister was briefed by a delegation […]…Read More

EU and WWF-Pakistan observed Climate Diplomacy Day

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European Union and WWF-Pakistan has celebrated Climate Diplomacy Day and collaborated to promote action on climate change. People from all levels of society has come to explore prospects of change to low-carbon economies while certifying reasonable contact to sustainable development. Participants have cycled at the start of event on a selected route from the Pakistan […]…Read More

Ministry to develop less vulnerable crops to climate change

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Climate change ministry to develop new breeds of livestock and varieties of crops, that are less vulnerable to adverse impacts of the climate change after taking input from relevant experts from public and private sectors The agriculture sector is facing five major risks caused by climate change counting as sea level, glacial retreats, floods, higher […]…Read More

Punjab govt establishing climate smart technology

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The Punjab government is revamping the agriculture sector to bang its potential and bring about prosperity among farmers and in the province at large stated Punjab Agriculture Secretary Muhammad Mahmood. He said that the Punjab government was developing the sector on modern lines to enhance crop productivity, he added. He further said that ‘promotion of […]…Read More

Pakistan facing economical loss due to climate change

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A very strong factor that has repressed economic growth still is undealt with-climate change regardless of the thoughtful planning by the Planning Commission of Pakistan. Agriculture greatest contributor to economy is adversely affected as the Earth heats up. Global warming is upsetting time and quantity of rains, wind patterns etc. along with increasing temperature. Rainfall […]…Read More