The world is not in a good shape at the moment — food prices are rising, freshwater sources are depleting, energy prices are soaring, biodiversity is dying out, intense storms are damaging towns and cities, while floods and droughts are threatening the livelihoods of millions. Clearly, climate change is playing a major role in taking its toll on human populations, just as the scientists had predicted it would. And the rate of change is accelerating. In these circumstances, it is imperative for climate change-vulnerable countries like Pakistan to pursue ‘Green Economy’ that can put them on the path of sustainable development through efficient and environment-friendly use of the natural resources.
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