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Establishing a National Climate Emergency Task Force for Pakistan

Pakistan, a country rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage, is now confronting an escalating climate crisis. To address this existential crisis, this article proposes a National Climate Emergency Task Force, which can be also considered for other nations.

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Pakistan, a country rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage, is now confronting an escalating climate crisis. To address this existential crisis, this article proposes a National Climate Emergency Task Force, which can be also considered for other nations.

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The crucial role of developed nations in mitigating climate change

The escalating climate crisis, particularly in countries like Pakistan in the global south, has highlighted a crucial issue at the forefront of international discussions, especially following the developments at COP28. 

Dragonflies face survival threats

Key to ecosystem balance and health, dragonflies provide various ecological services. However, their survival is at stake due to various threats which include rampant water and air pollution in the country.

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Pitcher (Matka) Irrigation:A Simple & Smart Solution to Address Water Scarcity

Pitcher Irrigation, also known as “Matka Irrigation” in South Asia, is a classic yet smart and eco-friendly method of watering plants. Here are ways to save water using this approach.

Managing Common Health & Safety Hazardsin Winters

Unlike long intense summers, we experience milder and shorter winters in Pakistan except for the northern region and mountainous Balochistan.

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Rosemary: an evergreen herb for your garden

Rosemary is a great choice for your garden. Here are the advantages of this wonderful evergreen shrub. 

Dried Apricots: Unveiling the Golden Gems of Pakistani Cuisine

In the heart of Pakistan's diverse culinary landscape lies a sweet treasure that has been cherished for centuries - dried apricots.

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