Pakistan Pavilion set up at COP28 climate moot in Dubai showcases the two visionary initiatives of the Living Indus Initiative and Recharge Pakistan founded on nature-based solutions.

The "Living Indus Initiative" aims to restore the Indus River basin, committing an estimated 11-17 billion dollars over 5 to 15 years.

Emphasizing nature-based solutions, this initiative prioritizes the ecosystem's long-term health.

Simultaneously, the "Recharge Pakistan Project," a 78 million dollars endeavour, focuses on ecosystem-based adaptation in Sindh, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, emphasizing cost-effective solutions for climate change adaptation.

As COP28 progresses, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environmental Coordination has orchestrated 28 activities on the sidelines, including bilateral meetings addressing critical issues.

Source: Radio Pakistan