Gov’t polices for Climate Changed gained global Recognition

PM to inaugurate first-ever Islamabad Security Dialogue on Wednesday



ISLAMABAD, Prime Minister Imran Khan Sunday said environment policies of Pakistan Tehreek i Insaf were being recognized globally.

In a tweet on social media platform Twitter, he said especially the government’s green recovery program from the Covid 19 pandemic and the climate action plan were being appreciated by the world.

According to World Economic Forum (WEF), in three ways Pakistan was building a greener future.

Pakistan had pledged to source 60 percent of energy from renewables by 2030. It had canceled coal projects replacing them with hydroelectric power.

It had created more than 85000 green jobs from plant care to protection of forests.
Pakistan was training 5000 young people to be nature guardians.

Pakistan was investing in green space and had attracted $ 180 million in funding and it was working towards the creation of 15 new national parks.

It was also launching a $ 500 million green Eurobond and will soon provide a monetary valuation of its green space making its worth clear and easier to protect.

As a pandemic devastated the globe and climate change threatened our way of life, our relationship with nature demanded a rethink. One million animal and plant species worldwide were at risk of extinction.

National Security Division (NSD) will hold first-ever Islamabad Security Dialogue on Wednesday.

According to the NSD, the two-day conference is aimed at unveiling Pakistan’s new strategic direction based on a comprehensive security framework in line with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision of peace, regional connectivity and development partnerships with the world.

It has been organized by the NSD in collaboration with its Advisory Board comprising five leading think tanks of the country.

Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate the conference while Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa will be the guest of honour on the second day.

At the event, the Prime Minister will also launch the first of its kind Advisory Portal of the National Security Division.

The security conference is a strategic forum envisioned as Pakistan’s leading intellectual platform, parallel to existing renowned fora like the Munich Security Conference held every year in Germany and the US Aspen Dialogue on the national security among others.

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