Karachi’s journey from ‘Paris of Asia’ to ‘Pakistan’s dirtiest city’. By Muhammad Abbas Khaskheli Once upon a time, Karachi was considered as the cleanest city of Asia.
Common Coot: A disappearing migratory bird in Sindh. Sindh has been a safest home of variety of migratory birds for years but it looks that the phenomenon is getting change now as the hunting on local water bodies has drastically increased since last decade and such awful episode of brutal practice has also brought in decline of various bird species which once fearlessly used to visit Sindh.
Understanding Climate Change Catastrophe. German Watch’s recently released report namely Global Climate Risk Index 2020 explains that Pakistan is the 5th most vulnerable country which has been affected by weather related loss events since 1999 to 2018.
Finland will go carbon neutral by 2035. Unlike neighbouring Norway, which has an even early 2030 carbon neutral target, Finland does not aim to depend on buying credits for carbon cutting projects in other countries.
Workshop on Conservation and Management of Wetlands Biodiversity 2020 Karachi Pakistan Organized by:The Scientific and Cultural Society of Pakistan In Collaboration with Department of Zoology, University of Karachi IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management, Central Asia Feb 15-17, 2020.
Honoring US President Jimmy Carter - A Road Not Taken Propaganda? Or, Lessons Learned?
World leading travel website Condé Nast Traveller declared Pakistan world’s best travel destination for 2020. The ultimate adventure travel destination goes from strength to strength. There is so much extent glory & everlasting natural beauty in pakistan. Pakistan comprises a diverse flora and fauna.
Healing the Soul, Soothing the Soil An indicative proposal for realization of the capital value of goodness. The world is passing through several major crises today.
National Institute of Health Pakistan Advisory on Pneumonia outbreak due to novel coronavirus, in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China.
Our planet is precariously perched, lurching towards a crisis of unimaginable proportions. Already, we have witnessed the extinction of countless species of plants and wildlife.