World moot suggests reformed approach to tackle climate change




STAFF REPORT ISB: The looming threat of water scarcity and adverse impacts of climate change have complicated the serious challenge of ensuring food security for fast increasing populations of the Asian countries. However, active measures such as better watershed management, introduction of water recharge dams, water storage facilities and rainwater harvesting would go a long way to make the people more resilient to climate change.

These views were expressed by expert at a recently

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Experts stress reformed edu policy for better future


STAFF REPORT KHI: Experts including scientists, educationists and researchers have sought for an updated educational policy for Sindh as well as for other provinces of the country as it would pave the way for quality education for future generations.

They said this at a hands-on training workshop Application of reverse phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography for the evaluation of anti-inflammatory drugs’. The event was organised by the Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS).

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Climate change research centre to be reformed

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s government has increased the funding of a state institution that researches the impacts of climate change, and granted it autonomy, in an effort to enhance the quality of its recommendations on climate resilience for government policy and programmes."The Global Change Impact Studies Centre (GCISC) will focus on research aimed at helping sectors such as water, agriculture, forestry and health become more resilient to climate change. The centre will

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