Telenor Pakistan's climate change dialogue unites industry leaders for a greener tomorrow.

In a resolute bid to confront the pressing issue of climate change, subject matter experts came together in a cross-industry dialogue to understand challenges and learning opportunities for Pakistan. The event, organised and hosted by Telenor Pakistan at their Karachi office, furthers the company's commitment to advance sustainability efforts and promote collaborative approaches towards addressing climate change.

The panel, comprising representatives from Reon Energy, Sapphire Group's Renewable Energy and Infrastructure Business; Linked Things and S. Mehboob and Company shared their insights on the ever-accelerating pace of climate change, its far-reaching consequences, and the evolving roles of businesses. Delving deeper, they explored renewable energy initiatives and technologies, underscoring the pivotal role of stable economic indicators and policies in empowering the private sector towards sustainable futures. A key takeaway from the discussion: by prioritising the reduction of carbon emissions and the promotion of renewable energy, businesses can contribute to the resilience and adaptation efforts crucial for combatting the impact of climate change in Pakistan.

Given Pakistan's vulnerability to climate change, this discourse takes on even greater urgency. The nation grapples with extreme climate events such as heatwaves and floods, which have inflicted substantial damage, exacerbated poverty rates, and stifled economic growth. Escalating temperatures and shifting rainfall patterns further amplify the gravity of the situation.

This dialogue exemplifies Telenor Pakistan's continued dedication to fostering collaboration across diverse sectors, addressing shared safety, health, and environmental concerns. Guiding Telenor Pakistan's climate efforts are its 'science-based targets'...

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