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.
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.
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.
We are mother or father, brother or sister, son or daughter, grandfather or grandmother, uncle or aunt, niece or nephew and simply discriminated as Male and Female but when it comes to discuss or talk about transgenders, then the conversation ends up with a question mark.
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.
How severely locusts’ attacks can harm farmers in Sindh? By: Muhammad Abbas Khaskheli According to an estimation, locusts in Sindh have devoured more than 3 hundred thousand acres of crops consisting on wheat, maize, rice and different vegetables while Sindh government claims that more than 18 teams of provincial plant protection and agriculture departments have
Impacts and Benefits of Tourism in Society Impacts and benefits of tourism in society, provides a brief explanation of how tourism is currently one of the sectors of the economy that has more growth, both economically and socially. Being such an important activity in these times, it brings a series of impacts and benefits, both
Ecotourism is a booming and growing activity, it generates both economic, environmental and sociocultural impacts.
Ecotourism is a booming and growing activity, it generates both economic, environmental and sociocultural impacts. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) defines ecotourism as: “As tourism is a booming and growing activity, it generates both economic, environmental and sociocultural impacts”. "That environmentally responsible tourism modality consisting in traveling to relatively unchanged areas