ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s policies on environment and climate change are recognised globally.
In a tweet, the premier shared a video produced by the World Economic Forum, stated that “Globally PTI’s environment policies are being recognised especially our green recovery programme from the Covid 19 pandemic and our climate action plan.”
The video shows the three ways Pakistan has employed to take the country towards a greener future.
“Pakistan has pledged to source 60% of its energy from renewable sources by 2030,” reads the text of the video.
The forum has also recognised Pakistan’s efforts towards the creation of 15 new national parks.
“As the pandemic devastates the globe, and climate change threatens our way of life, our relationship with nature demands us to rethink,” the video concludes.
Earlier, the PM recently inaugurated two parks in Jhelum, Salt Range National Park and Tilla Joggian National Park. These parks aim to increase wildlife conservation, increase honey production and olive cultivation.