Environment

Portugal Creates Europe’s Largest Marine Reserve

It moves the world closer to the goal of protecting 30% of land and water by 2030. By Olivia Rosane…

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Indus Delta faces colossal damage due to water shortage

If the process continues, many more forest, fish, bird and wildlife species may vanish soon. The 1991 Water Accord must…

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World organizations’ help sought to save Karoonjhar Mountain

Seminar urges Sindh govt. to cancel all the mining licenses and declare the Karoonjhar as National Heritage and Wildlife Sanctuary,…

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Hyderabad’s Lab-e-Mehran Park rehabilitated after 11-years

Rehabilitation work was completed at a cost of Rs.30 million with technical assistance of Sindh Agriculture University under the supervision…

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Indus among few rivers polluting the sea!

The onslaught of COVID-19 has generated millions of tons of plastic waste in the form of gloves, face masks and…

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An Anecdote of Mother Bat

“I want to say to all humans, please, find the way out of this disaster, you have responsibility, we bats…

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The Soil Depletion Crisis

In the soil depletion crisis, we had, as today, a major environmental crisis which required collective and long-term planning to…

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Carbon emissions rapidly rebounded following COVID pandemic dip

Carbon emissions from fossil fuels fell by 5.4% in 2020, as pandemic restrictions shut down restaurants and factories, grounded planes…

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Women of Sindh have the potential to counter pollution problem

Potential alternative is available if the government, concerned departments and non-governmental entities join hands to explore, promote and adopt these…

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ADB says ‘No funding for New Coal Power Production’

Progress on access to energy has been rapid across developing Asia and the Pacific. But roughly 350 million people in…

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