Event: Asia Pacific Judicial Colloquium on Climate Change: Using Constitutions to Advance Environmental Rights and Achieve Climate Justice

Evolution of Law and Judicial Remedies in Environmental and Climate Change Matters: Pakistan View Point

27 February 2018
Author / Speaker: 
Saima Amin Khawaja, Progressive Advocates and Legal Consultants
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In Pakistan, the court focused the goals of the National Climate Change Policy 2010 to ensure that climate change is mainstreamed in the economically and socially vulnerable sectors of the economy; and to steer the country towards climate resilient development. The court established the Climate Change Commission to guarantee implementation of the policy.

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