Category Archives: Climate Change

Water scarcity in Pakistan: Challenges and way forward

In 2016, PCRWR reported that Pakistan touched the “water stress line” in 1990 and crossed the “water scarcity line” in 2005. If this situation persists, Pakistan could “run dry” by 2025. Continue reading

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Sustainable poverty reduction requires reducing vulnerability and building resilience

In 2011, the national nutrition survey found 43.7 percent of the children stunted; from 41.6 percent ten years before. Malnutrition in children under five has shown no improvement in the last 46 years. Continue reading

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Climate Change: A Threat Multiplier

Climate Change is a threat, which is transnational, and not just confined to national boundaries. It has become a serious challenge for global security. Continue reading

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Fighting hunger — a clarion call

Malnutrition among children is also undermining their learning abilities. Fighting this alarming hunger population is now one of the biggest challenges for incumbent government. Continue reading

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Non-Traditional Security Threats: Global Governance System to Combat Challenges

Terrorism, bad governance and climate change are becoming most serious and emerging traditional as well as non traditional security threat (NTST) to country’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. These mounting NTST are now undermining world peace and stability. There is, however, … Continue reading

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