Category Archives: Forest Management

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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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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Prospects for Renewable Energy Transition in Pakistan

By Tahir Hasnain As the world wakes up to the reality of climate change and expanding energy demand, electricity will increasingly have to come from renewable sources such as wind and solar. To follow the course to a greener energy … Continue reading

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World Forest Summit March 2013

Forests play a crucial role in the world’s environment, health and economy – yet they are under threat. Our World Forests Summit will assemble a leading group of experts from around the world to identify common ground and discuss mechanisms … Continue reading

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