Climate and Energy


Over the past two decades, climate change has emerged as a global threat, transcending political boundaries. Although a low contributor of greenhouse emissions, Pakistan faces significant threat due to rising global temperature. Keeping this in mind, WWF-Pakistan’s climate change adaptation programme is one of its many initiatives based on this programmatic pillar. Our aim is to reduce the consequences of climate change on ecosystem and biodiversity in Pakistan and to promote sustainable development in the country.

  • Enhancing the Value of Hydrological Resources for Livelihoods, Youth Employability and Resilience, an R&D Pilot in Giligt-Baltistan, Pakistan
  • Rural Livelihoods and Climate Change Adaptation in the Himalayas (Himalica)
  • Study on Carbon Emission for the selected BRT Line and Potential for Clean Development Mechanism
  • Construction of Bio-gas Plants in Thatta
  • Agricultural Water, Energy and Hazard Management in the Upper Indus Basin for Improved Livelihood

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