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Climate Change education to be introduced in Islamabad schools

Pakistan has announced to integrate climate change education in Islamabad schools to better equip young people to prepare for future climate challenges.

More than 400 schools across the capital city will be part of the first group to introduce education on climate change and other environmental issues. “Over 900 schoolteachers and 6,000 students have been trained on clean, green and hygienic practices,” stated Adviser to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam. The idea behind the initiative is to prepare the citizens of the future for climate emergency.

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