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Prospects for Renewable Energy Transition in Pakistan

As the world wakes up to the reality of climate change and expanding energy demand, electricity will increasingly have to come from renewable sources such as wind and solar. To follow the course to a greener energy future, Pakistan is in
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Wetlands Are Wasting Away

Wetlands are lands where saturation with water is the dominant factor determining the nature of soil development and the type of plant and animal communities living in the soil and on its surface. Wetlands vary widely regionally and locally in soil,
Gender and Coastal Ecosystem Management

Gender and Coastal Ecosystem Management

Coastal ecosystem management is currently considered to be a key element for the sustainable development of these zones. Coastal areas have high activity for fishing, but also farming, trading, tourism and industry. These regions are especially vulnerable to the hazards of
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Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility towards Climate Change Resilience

As the pressure to address climate change increases, debates on the connections between the businesses, the population and environment are being renewed. The importance of private sector involvement in terms of scaling up or leveraging public sector capital is now crucial
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What Is Climate Change?

In today’s society it is not unlikely to hear the words ‘climate change’ often. Judging by how frequently the topic is discussed, it must be an important and pressing question that deserves to be paid special attention to. Usually, in our
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Global politics on Climate change

Most people’s from different disciplines like Zoology, Botany, Chemistry etc who had just baseline knowledge about climate when meeting us they are asking our views as an environmentalist that; if climate change is a real problem then why global community not
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Climate Change with a new era of rising food prices and spreading hunger

A piece of writing to commemorate World Food Day 2012 on 16th October Climate change is about the poorest, most vulnerable and food insecure people. Most of the food-insecure communities in heavily populated developing countries suffer from extreme weather events and
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Climate Change and How it Affects Birds

Most people have a sense that climate change affects birds. What we often lack, though, is clear proof about how it affects birds. And not because these facts don’t exist – they do – but because they may not be presented