Pakistan has clear agenda on climate change: Advisor.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- Adviser to Prime Minister on Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam on Tuesday said that with a forward-looking focused vision on climate change mitigation and adaptation, Pakistan successfully launched its Ecosystem Restoration Fund (ESRF) at the side event of COP 25 along with development partners. He said that Pakistan has clear 5-point agenda for climate change mitigation including planting 10 billion trees, transforming transport into electric vehicle, 30% clean energy transformation target by 2030, materializing nature based solutions, making Pakistan plastic-bag free country and recharge Pakistan programme to tackle floods. He said this during a 'Media Debriefing on Twenty-fifth United Nation's Conference of the Parties (COP 25) on Climate Change', organised by the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) here at Islamabad. Amin said that the launch of ESRF coupled with re-election as vice president for the next COP26 along with six key committees including adaptation and Paris compliance committee are key outcomes for Pakistan at the COP25 which provided the country a great opportunity to take maximum benefits in the next COP.

He said Pakistan has no option but to fight climate change...

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