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.
These are some of the beautiful parks located in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi
Experts at Climate Change seminar urge Government to introduce Climate Smart solutions and facilitate vulnerable communities
Highlighting the threats to the Indus Delta, a study calls for transparent and inclusive process to prioritize country’s natural assets..
At a time when Pakistan is again being ravaged by floods, climate experts urge political leaders of the Hindu Kush Himalayas region to act now.
A photography exhibition “60 SOLUTIONS against climate change” and film screening of ‘Home’ – both by Yann Arthus-Bertrand was held in Islamabad to raise awareness on climate change issues.
Walking and Cycling – the two essential components in sustainable transport – were also the focus of the project ‘Better Transport, Let’s Breathe Fresh!’ to improve awareness of sustainable travel options among the youth.
Friends of trees gathered in Islamabad to plant 60 saplings of indigenous species in the shadows of Margalla Hills.
Reviving Italy’s hundred years love for K2 which first began with Filippo De Filippi’s 1913 expedition to the majestic mountains