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آبادی، موسمیاتی تبدیلی کے باعث مسائل بڑھ رہے ہیں، ماہرین
Daily Dunya, Islamabad,| March 30, 2024
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Islamabad needs urban climate resilient infrastructure to sustain livable status: Experts
The Daily Times, Islamabad, | March 30, 2024
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اسلام آبادکی قابل رہائش حیثیت برقرار رکھنے کیلئے خوشگوار ماحول کی ضرورت ہے: ماہرین
Sabah News, Islamabad,| March 29, 2024
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موسمیاتی تبدیلی ، وفاقی دارالحکومت میں آب و ہوا کے لچکدار بنیادی ڈھانچے کو برقرار رکھنا ضروری ہے، سیمینارسے مقررین کا خطاب
UrduPoint, Islamabad, | March 29, 2024
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Islamabad Needs Urban Climate Resilient Infrastructure To Sustain Livable Status: Experts
Daily Independent, Islamabad,| March 29, 2024
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Islamabad needs Urban Climate Resilient infrastructure to sustain livable status: Experts
SABAH News, Islamabad, | March 29, 2024
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Desperate Thirst: Climate change and recurrent water crisis plaguing West Bengal’s Purulia district in India
Forbes India | 24th March 2024
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Dubai Disappoints | COP28 fails to make history
Deccan Herald | 14th December 2023
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COP28 offers climate action a lifeline but no finish line
The Third Pole | 14th December 2023
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CoP-28: At UN climate summit, nations agree to ‘transition away from fossil fuels’
The Telegraph India | 14th December 2023
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Fossil fuels’ death-knell sounded at COP28 held in oil-rich UAE; Al Jaber takes credit for keeping 1.5ºC target alive
DownToEarth | 13th December 2023
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Option in Global Stocktake draft opens possibility of including India, China in list of historical emitters of greenhouse gases
DownToEarth | 10th December 2023
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Developed countries need to deepen emissions cuts to meet global climate goals, say experts
Mongabay | 10th December 2023
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Kolkata flagged at ongoing global climate summit COP28
The Telegraph India (My Kolkata) | 09th December 2023
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‘Michaung is clear signature of climate change’
TheNewIndianExpress | 05th December 2023
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Coal concern has prohibited India from signing global pledge on renewables and energy at COP28
DownToEarth | 04 December 2023
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Wealth belongs to individual, resources to society: Dr Suleri
International The News | 25 November 2023
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Call for sustainable production to promote social justice
Tribune | 24 November 2023
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Reactions as UN Releases 2023 Adaptation Gap Report
Enviro News Nigeria | 02nd November 2023
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Rich countries need to ‘step up’ funding for adaptation as climate risks grow, warns UN report
euronews.green | 02nd November 2023
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“Very saddened to hear about the passing away of Dr. Saleemul Huq. This is a loss not only for his family, friends, students and ardent admirers but also for the Climate Change activists around the world, especially in the Global South. His strong advocacy for the Loss and Damage Fund will remain fresh in the minds and hearts of everyone. He will be missed but he will continue to be an inspiration.” - Vinod Menon

We've lost one of the Giants from South Asia. His contributions will be remembered for time to come. Rest in Peace Saleem!! You did your bit. - George C Varughese

It is a great loss for all of us. May Allah bless him.- Md. Mustasim billah, ASPS

It is great loss. Our heartfelt sympathy goes and his family members. May God give strength to him and his family members to overcome this mournful and difficult situation. - Keshab Raj Bhusal, EcoHimal Nepal

So sorry to hear it. May the departed soul rest in peace, om shanti - Partners in Prosperity PnP

We are really shocked to hear the sad news. We mourn and pray to the almighty for his family and friends to overcome unexpected shock. - Nazer Hossain, ISDE Bangladesh

So sorry. This is a great loss. - Md. Shafiqur Rahman, VSO Bangladesh

“We lost one of our good friends, especially from the climate front. It is really sad news, greatest loss.” – Pradeep Mohapatra

Dr Saleemul Huq will be with us in spirit. May his departed soul rest in peace. – Nushrat Chowdhury, Christian Aid

“Very shocking news. It’s a great loss of our journey. May Allah give him the highest place in Jannat. I express my deep condolence to his family members.” - Mohammad Shahjahan, YPSA

It is a great loss for all of us. May Allah bless him. - Mohuya Monjure, Arjon Foundation, Bangladesh

We mourn and pray to the Almighty for his family to overcome unexpected shock. – Aminul Hoque, COAST Foundation

It is really very sad, and shocking news for all CANSA members. We have no other option other than to pray for him to almighty Allah forgive him and place him in paradise. - Dr Juma Khan Nasir Khairzada, SAF

A sad news...a leading light has moved to other part...May his soul rest in peace. With condolence to family and fraternity – Praveen Prakash

Shocked to hear this sad news. May Allah grant him Jannah and I express my deep condolence to his family members. - Rabeya Begum, SDS-Shariatpur, Bangladesh

Songshoptaque family- We are Deeply Shocked, that the departed soul rest in peace. - Liton Chowdhury, Songshoptaque

CAN South Asia Quarterly Newsletter for January – March 2024

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Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) is a coalition of over 250 civil society organisations working in eight South Asian countries to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change. It promotes equity and social justice between peoples, sustainable development of all communities and protection of the global environment. CANSA has been at the forefront of representing the southern perspectives at international climate negotiations and undertakes inter-governmental, regional, and national actions. With its large membership base, CANSA works towards linking policy work, research and action based work in the region to address and set workable solutions to the adverse effects of climate change affecting the region.