The continuous landslides, depleting groundwater level, massive floods and fast melting glaciers due to rising climate change is forcing displacement of locals in Chitralis.
Climate change is not only affecting human beings, but it is also affecting wild animals and birds in Bajaur tribal district.
The country has just awakened to the fact that climate change is happening and water shortage is one of its adverse impacts and some of us have asked again that why Kalabagh dam was not built in the first place.
The maize production witnessed 10,000 tons reduction this year as compared to last year’s yields in Mardan, the Agriculture Department says.
Taj Muhammad, a resident of Mohmand district, says a local Jirga recently imposed fine of Rs2,000 on him for cutting a tree from forest.
Mohibullah, who lives in Bara, besides doing his job is also entrusted with the responsibility of fulfilling the water needs of his family.
Despite Pakistan’s diminutive contribution to global Green House Gasses (GHG) emissions, it is among the top ten most climate-affected countries of the world, as indicated by the Global Climate Risk Index developed by Germanwatch.
Said Nazir PESHAWAR: Four students of CECOS University, Mr Muhammad Zeeshan, Mr Musa Khan, Mr Mehmoodul Hassan and Mr Samir Khan Afridi, have designed a...