Pakistan has received $150 million in grants from global donors for dealing with the challenges of climate change.
This was announced by the Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam during a press conference here on Thursday.
He said that three global donor agencies are funding five of Pakistan’s projects on climate change.
In the past one year, the country has managed to get a US$ 35 million funding for Climate Smart Agriculture project, glacial lake outburst flooding (GLOF-II) mitigating project got US$ 40 million, Zero Emission Metro for Karachi received US$ 35 million grant.
In a separate statement in June, Malik Amin said that the World Bank had approved a grant of $200 million for establishing ten more air quality monitoring stations in the country.