It has been nearly seven years since the residents of Sindh’s Thar desert, located in Pakistan, saw a decent amount of rainfall, but this year has been different. This year’s rains have transformed the harsh landscape and its inhabitants. Farmers are tilling their land, … [Read more...] about See the glorious way a desert grows when it rains
Most of the major cities in Pakistan are currently suffering from extreme levels of air pollution, primarily owing it to the hazardous pollutants released by industrial and automobile emissions. To curb the problem, the country’s government has decided to introduce electric cars … [Read more...] about Pakistan is on a quest to electrify 30% of its vehicles by 2030
Pakistan's Prime Minister has been an advocate for environmental conservation for a long time. Before becoming Prime Minister, he oversaw the planting of a billion trees in the province where he was in power. Now he has launched an even more ambitious project dubbed the "10 … [Read more...] about Pakistan is pushing to recover mafia-encroached land and transform it into forests
Considering that renewables account for only 5 to 6 percent of Pakistan’s electricity generation, the country’s government has proposed to exempt solar and wind manufacturers from taxes. The initiative is expected to boost production by encouraging greater local manufacturing of … [Read more...] about Pakistan to exempt renewables manufacturers from taxes
Up to five million Pakistanis living on the Afghan border areas were officially given full rights as citizens this year, after being governed by British-era laws for nearly 150 years. An overwhelming majority of the population in these border areas, known as the Federally … [Read more...] about Pakistan’s Pashtuns get rights, will it lead to peace?