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PM Khan’s fight against climate change gathers praise

Pakistan is all set to host the World Environment Day celebrations this year on Saturday, the first time in history in partnership with UN Environment Program (UNEP).

Experts view this as recognition of the country’s much-publicized battle against the simmering climate change challenges and an opportunity to lure investment to promote ecotourism and showcase to the world its varied ecology from snowcapped peaks in the north to glistering waters in the south, besides the abundant wildlife.

They, however, argue that the country has a long journey ahead to tackle a slew of environmental challenges, from unplanned urbanization to daunting deforestation, and ever-increasing pollution to unseasonal rains, accompanied by floods.

Being one of the top 10 countries, which are most vulnerable to climate change, Pakistan is hosting the global event for the first time since the inception of the event in 1970.

Read more: Climate change crisis: What should Pakistan do to save itself?

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