Pakistan will now open a UN Environment Program office

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) has received a formal request from Pakistan to open an office there

The UNEP will support efforts to solve important environmental issues like the Living Indus initiative through its six regional offices in West Asia, Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Pacific, Africa, and North America.

Inger Andersen, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNEP, will discuss environmental concerns with the Minister for Climate Change and Sindh Chief Minister (CM) during her visit to Pakistan.

The UNEP may look at developing trends in sustainable energy and the environment in Pakistan, as well as work to raise people’s standards of living.

An official claimed that in response to Pakistan’s requests for support in rebuilding flood-damaged areas and safeguarding them from the negative consequences of climate change, the international community and the UN are responding favourably.

The visit of the UNEP Executive Director is anticipated to be very helpful in resolving various issues related to environmental safety and preservation.

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