Climate Kahani does not just deliver awareness through multimedia social media posts but also the medium of film. If you believe that you have a compelling story to tell with a climate theme, we are waiting to listen to your ideas.
Natari, literally anchor of the boat in the Sindhi language, tells the story of the potential conflict caused by climate migration and its impact on local communities and families such as that of fisherman and political activist Ayoub Sehto in the Indus Delta region.
Fisherman, artist, and political activist Ayoub Sehto and his educated son are stranded with their family on the inhospitable island of Kharo Chan in the shrinking and sinking Indus Delta, void of drinking water and fishing opportunities due to climate change, and struggle to migrate to a mainland city for a better life.
Pakistan to develop National Adaptation Plan for Climate Change
Ministry of Climate Change | March 25, 2021
Climate Change – Pakistan received much less rainfall in Jan. 2021 as compared to previous years, making it the 17 th driest month in 60 years, according to the Met Office
DAWN | March 5, 2021
Is Pakistan prepared to deal with climate migration?
DW | April 1, 2021
Pakistan explores debt-for-nature scheme to accelerate its 10 billion tree tsunami
Climate Change News | April 16, 2021
US extends invitation to Pakistan for climate change summit
The News | April 19, 2021
Pakistan able to handle climate change under CPEC
The Nation | May 4, 2021
Pakistan says world needs to ‘do more’ to confront climate change
The Nation | April 23, 2021
Imagine a Pakistan where every citizen is delivered climate justice. Where no one has to be homeless due to rising sea levels. Where energy is as clean as a mountain stream. Where everyone lives with food security and dignity. Where everyone is aware of the gravity of the adverse impact of climate change.
We can’t build this future alone, but we can build it together. Let’s dream together, plan together, and act together. Climate Kahani is a not-for-profit awareness campaign and is accepting donations and collaborations from both institutional and individual donors. For learning how to donate and to discuss possible collaborations:
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