Saturday May 25, 2024

Pakistan, like many other countries, faces the pressing challenge of reducing its carbon footprint to combat climate change. Despite contributing less than 1% of global greenhouse gas emissions, Pakistan is among the top 10 countries most affected by climate change. Extreme weather events, water scarcity, and agricultural disruptions are just some of the consequences felt across the nation. Addressing these challenges requires concerted efforts to mitigate carbon emissions and build resilience to climate impacts.

In response to this urgent need, Islamic Relief Pakistan is hosting a dialogue on “Road to Climate Resilient Pakistan: Curtailing the Carbon Footprints.” This event aims to raise awareness about the importance of reducing carbon footprints and the role of climate financing in achieving climate resilience. By bringing together experts, policymakers, and stakeholders, the event seeks to facilitate discussions on effective strategies for mitigating carbon emissions and adapting to climate change in Pakistan.

A significant focus will be on green taxonomy, a framework that categorizes environmentally sustainable economic activities. Implementing green taxonomy can guide investments towards projects that promote sustainability and reduce carbon emissions.

Join us on 30th May for engaging panel discussions and insights from key stakeholders involved in climate action. We are aiming to catalyze collective action towards a more sustainable, greener and climate-resilient future for Pakistan.

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