Road to Resilience: What is Pakistan’s adaptation capacity and commitment?
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ISLAMABAD: “Pakistan’s floods are a memo from nature itself for major emitters to realize that the catastrophe seen in Pakistan…
Date: October 31, 2022
The Season of Climate Migrants
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Human migration is the single most disruptive outcome of climate induced stress, as seen over decades across the world. (more…)
Date: September 1, 2022
India’s ‘Accidental’ Missile Launch
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Following the recent Indian missile crash in Pakistan, Jinnah Institute reached out to policy experts to solicit their views (more…)
Date: March 25, 2022
Climate Brief 2022: Navigating Pakistan’s Climate Crisis
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Introduction Existential challenges require concerted action, consensus and policy clarity. So far, on climate stress, Pakistan seems to be (more…)CLIMATE BRIEF 2022
Date: March 22, 2022
Upskilling the Young Majority: What Does Pakistan’s Vocational Profile Look Like?
Does Pakistan’s vocational profile prime it for the 4th Industrial Revolution? On the occasion of World Youth Skills day, Salman Zaidi (Director, Jinnah Institute) speaks to distinguished experts Dr. Faisal Bari (Asst. Prof. Economics & Education, LUMS), and Ammara Durrani (Asst. Resident Rep., UNDP Pakistan).