UK Doubles Investment in Pakistan for Climate Action and Sustainable Development

uk doubles investment in pakistan for climate action and sustainable development

uk doubles investment in pakistan for climate action and sustainable development

The UK is Planning to invest more money in Pakistan to help deal with Climate Change. The British High Commissioner Jane Marriott shared this news on Tuesday. She talked about the Urgent need to address Climate Problems in Pakistan especially after the devastating Floods last year that affected 33 million People. These Floods showed how much Pakistan is at Risk from Climate issues.

The UK not only wants to give more Money but is also asking for a Bigger and more environmentally friendly response from the international community to tackle climate change. Jane Marriott also mentioned a cool Project – the UK is working with a group called the Global System for Mobile Communications to use artificial intelligence to detect Forest fires early. This Project will expand to more areas in Pakistan to Reduce the Risk of Forest fires Protect lives, and save the Country’s Plants and Animals.

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In a separate meeting the UK confirmed its commitment to helping Pakistan become more resilient to Climate change and develop Sustainably. This was mentioned by Jo Moir who works with the British High Commission in Islamabad. They talked with Muhammad Sami Saeed the Caretaker Minister for Planning in Pakistan about how they can work together more in the future.

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The Planning Minister thanked the British High Commission for their Support over many years saying it has been essential in making Pakistan better. This News Shows that Countries are working together to Solve Big Problems like Climate Change and Help each other Develop in a Good way.

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