Carbon markets new opportunity for Pakistan to improve economic situation, reduce carbon emissions: Linulf

ISLAMABAD, May 02 (APP):Ambassador of Denmark, Jakob Linulf on Thursday said carbon markets are a new opportunity for Pakistan to improve its economic situation and reduce carbon emissions for a green development through sustainable and environment friendly practices. He was addressing to the one-day capacity building workshop for journalists on Climate-Smart Reporting: Carbon Market and… Continue reading Carbon markets new opportunity for Pakistan to improve economic situation, reduce carbon emissions: Linulf

Decarbonization Pakistan’s cement requires strong stakeholder consensus, policy support, tech collaborations: Experts

ISLAMABAD, Apr 18 (APP):The experts at the study launch of Pakistan’s cement sector decarbonization opined that reducing carbon footprint from the cement industry is possible through strong collaboration of the key stakeholders, joint working, resource pooling, and the technology collaboration. The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) and Policy Research Institute for Equitable Development (PRIED) on… Continue reading Decarbonization Pakistan’s cement requires strong stakeholder consensus, policy support, tech collaborations: Experts

Pakistan plans to use 40,000 MW nuclear energy by 2050: Amin Aslam

ISLAMABAD, Feb 25 (APP):Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam has said that Pakistan intended to adapt to Zero-Carbon emission goal by 2050 in energy by using all types of renewable and low-carbon sources as the country planed to use 40,000 MW nuclear energy by 2050. The SAPM was… Continue reading Pakistan plans to use 40,000 MW nuclear energy by 2050: Amin Aslam

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