CSCCC in Media

  • Building a Climate-Resilient South Asia

    Last summer’s monsoon hit South Asia particularly hard and left nearly 1,400 people dead and displaced millions of others.

    In the last sixty years, such weather extremes have become more common in the subcontinent and, without urgent action to limit carbon emissions, their impact on communities will likely get...

    Apr 23 2018
  • Experts vow to jointly to tackle Pakistan’s Climate Change-related challenges

    ISLAMABAD: The Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Climate Change (M/oCC) held on Wednesday an event entitled, “Framing Pakistan’s Agenda: Pre-COP23 Consultative Dialogue” in Islamabad.The event brought together representatives from the Ministry of Climate Change and related government...

    Jul 26 2017
  • Climate Change Ministry has achieved remarkable milestone: minister

    Minister for Climate Change Zahid Hamid on Tuesday said that the ministry had achieved remarkable milestone during the last four years.

    “We have achieved many milestone including ratification of Paris Climate Agreement, submission of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions,...

    Jul 18 2017
  • Pakistan striving to tackle Climate Change: minister

    Islamabad: Though ranked among the 10 countries most vulnerable to climate change, Pakistan is striving to tackle the phenomenon through comprehensive policies, plans and actions.

    He was...

    Jul 18 2017
  • Pre-COP 23 All Stakeholder Consultative Dialogue on Climate Change

    ISLAMABAD:  Federal Minister for Climate Change Zahid Hamid...

    Jul 18 2017