Pakistan is highly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change, including rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and increased frequency of extreme weather events. These impacts pose significant challenges to the country's agriculture, water resources, and overall socio-economic development
The successive civilian and military governments have failed to end socio-economic disparities, disharmony between the centre and provinces, poverty, apathy towards the less-privileged, militancy, religious and political intolerance -- just to mention a few.
Amidst the unfolding global economic shifts, Pakistan's response must be grounded in pragmatism and resilience. Crafting a pragmatic roadmap involves embracing regional cooperation, enhancing domestic competitiveness, and fostering investor confidence.