Category Archives: Climate Change


Have you ever wondered what the world would be like today if we didn’t believe in the smallest of things? If no one believed in the good people, there would be no kindness in the world. If Abraham Lincoln didn’t believe in abolishing slavery, America would never have had an African American as president in the White House today.

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Climate Change – What would you do if you were made Pakistan’s climate change minister?

It is often misunderstood and undervalued that Pakistan does not have any environmental laws or legislature in place. This does not hold true as the country is a signatory to a number of international treaties, holds an important position in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and has recently progressed when the 18th amendment in the constitution took place. However, a number of developmental projects, unsustainable in most of the cases, lack of capacity building at provincial level and monopoly of the federal government in areas of coal power, nuclear energy and maritime sources has led to an increased complexity. Continue reading

We are All Connected

by Fatima Arif

There is a lot of talk about natural catastrophes due to climate change, but what is climate change and who is one of the major contributor to the problem? Climate change is caused by global warming, which is the increase in the temperature of the atmosphere. The increased greenhouse gases contributed by anthropogenic activities are at the base of this discussion. The finger we keep pointing at other factors is going to come towards us. Continue reading

Climate Change is a Human Rights Issue

67243_456376638104_2975151_nStart discussing environmental issues with someone who is not part of the subject and the discussion is usually going to end with the statement that we have far worse issues to deal with and giving priority to environmental issues is the problem of the first world. This is far from the truth. In fact climate change is a human rights issue and it is time that we own it. According to German Watch Climate Risk Index 2015, Pakistan is the 6th most affected county by climate change.

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Green Office for a Greener Future

By: Syed Muhammad Abubakar

Published on Saturday, May 10, 2014

Picture1We are all responsible for consuming natural resources in our office and home environments alike, over consumption of paper, wasteful consumption of electricity, excessive use of fuels, extensive travel and huge amounts of waste generation as if our resources are infinite. These actions are leading to the Earth’s rising temperature, melting of glaciers, forest fires and flash floods. Heading towards the deadly phenomena, climate change.

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