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Pakistan's First Biennial Update Report (BUR1)

Ministry of Climate Change has implemented Project on 'Preparation of Pakistan First Biennial Update Report (BUR1) under United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), with financial support from Global Environment Facility (GEF) through United Nations Environment. GCISC has been assigned to contribute to the chapters on Greenhouse Gas Inventory, National Circumstances, Information on domestic Measurement, Reporting & Verification and Information of Technical support needs and provided and Gender and Climate Change. Muhammad Arif Goheer, Head-Agriculture & Coordination has coordinated this effort with MoCC on behalf of GCISC. The BUR1 has been submitted to UNFCCC.
  • April 19, 2022

We warmly welcome Ms. Sherry Rehman, Minister for Climate Change as the Chair of the GCISC’s Board of Governors and sincerely hope that her dynamic leadership will provide impetus to the Centre’s research efforts in making the country climate resilient.

GCISC in collaboration with GIZ and CITEPA organized National and Provincial Training Workshops on “M &E Platform Adaptation Tracking (Agriculture) in Pakistan” at Islamabad Hotel, Islamabad on 23-26 November 2021, Lexus Hotel, Lahore on 29-30 November 2021 and PC Hotel, Karachi on 2-3 December 2021.

GCISC Organized a workshop on "Monsoon Variability and Extremes in a Changing Climate" from October 12-14, 2021 at Margalla Hotel, Islamabad
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  • February 08, 2021

SAPM on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam inaugurated three inter-linked Nature Parks spreading over 18,000 acres of Parera, Ara...