Why Covid-19 have No Lasting Impact on the Environment?

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As a result of lockdowns imposed worldwide in April, the daily carbon emissions had decreased by 17% over the previous year. But new data that shows that the decline is now only 5 percent, although full activity has not yet resumed.

Number of birds migrating from Siberia to Pakistan declines

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About a quarter of a century ago, there were about 670 species of birds in Pakistan, of which about 30% were guest birds that migrated to Pakistan in winter.

Call of the wild: Pakistan plans first-ever survey of endangered wildlife species

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Lack of adequate data about the status of wildlife species and their habitats has remained a major hurdle to efforts for their conservation and protection in Pakistan.

Federal govt allocates Rs 4,900 million for ‘Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Project’

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In September 2018 Prime Minister Imran Khan launched 'Ten Billion Tree'. During the campaign,10 billion trees will be planted in all major cities of the country in five years.

Steroid dexamethasone is the first drug to reduce deaths from covid-19 drug

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In a large clinical trial, a cheap and widely available steroid cut deaths by one-third among patients critically ill with COVID-19.

KP govt decides to re-open virus-hit tourism industry

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KP has decided to open tourism sector but tourists and hotel management must follow guidelines to avoid the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the province.
More than 200 diseases are spread through food, millions of people suffer from various diseases and even lose their lives every year due to unsafe food, UN Chief

UN warns of global food emergency amid coronavirus pandemic

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More than 200 diseases are spread through food, millions of people suffer from various diseases and even lose their lives every year due to unsafe food, UN Chief

56,000-year-old lake in India turned pink and experts don’t know exactly why

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This is the first time such a sudden change in the color of the lake's water has been observed. Scientists said the lake water will be sampled and tested to find out why it has changed color.

After COVID-19, hepatitis spreading fast in Pakistan

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6.4 million people tested for hepatitis, of which 2.6 million (41%) tested positive for hepatitis B and C, Gallup Pakistan survey.
Crocodile in Indonesia struggles with tyre stuck around neck for four years

Crocodile in Indonesia struggles with tyre stuck around neck for four years

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Authorities fear the tire is slowly squeezing the crocodile's throat and making it difficult to breathe.