Stopgap measures: Pakistan fighting climate change with ad-hocism

Tribune: At a time when nations have agreed to set a new path to low carbon emissions and climate resilient futures for their countries, Pakistan’s seriousness in tackling climate change can be gauged from the fact that many environment-related departments have been without permanent heads for years. Some crucial climate tasks of the Ministry of Climate Change (MOCC) are being dealt on ad-hoc basis, as many senior posts in its allied departments are either vacant or being held by officials from unrelated......

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