Around 1,000 fruit trees planted at QAU Islamabad to combat climate change
Deforestation is devastating Pakistan – a country known to have the highest rate of deforestation in all Asia
Islamabad volunteers clean up Margalla Hills hiking trails to encourage responsible citizenship.
Gusty winds with rain and thundershowers are expected in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi this week
Islamabad’s iconic and beautiful Margalla mountains are being crushed away one rock at a time by mining mafia
Islamabad to lose hundreds of trees as work begins on the Peshawar Morr-New Islamabad International Airport section of Metro Bus
Islamabad administration has imposed a ban on illegal construction, cutting of trees and destruction of natural beauty
Tree plantation campaign 2017 launched in Islamabad along Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway (M-1) to achieve the goal of green Pakistan.
Pakistan’s largest public park in Islamabad, Fatima Jinnah Park, goes solar with 3,400 solar panels installed
France welcomes the initiative by Pakistan to ratify the historic Paris Climate Agreement as it becomes an international law.
Islamabad’s youth unite for tree plantation drive in an effort to reclaim natural beauty of capital city
Germany announces 3 Million Euro worth grant to monitor over 5000 melting glaciers in the northern parts of Pakistan
Pakistan celebrates Earth Day 2016 by carrying out tree plantation drives across country, bicycle ride, contests in schools to promote awareness
Islamabad Earth Day Bike Ride will be held on April 22 by Climate Reality Project, Critical Mass Islamabad, Islamabad Cycling Association and Do Good Mob
‘Women are primary victims of climate change, and also the main source of solutions’ French Ambassador, H.E. Mrs. Martine Dorance said in Islamabad
Islamabad looked more beautiful and enchanting as Margalla Hills and Pir Sohawa received light snowfall for two hours after almost ten years.