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Our vision is a step change in the climate change narrative in Pakistan that can drive inclusive and sustainable change.


To catalyse conversations and empower innovators to drive climate change solutions from Pakistan for a greener and equitable future for the next generation, especially women and girls.

Who We Are

Climate imPAKt is Pakistan's first comprehensive Climate Change platform that addresses the holistic challenges faced across the climate change spectrum and facilitates the growth and scale of innovative local solutions. The platform will provide high-quality strategic and accessible Climate intelligence from the country to various stakeholders in order for the government, private sector and civil society both locally and internationally, for informed, evidence-based decisions. We want to harmonise, collate, analyse and interpret data that is digestible. The platform will connect the dots, drive conversation and bring local and global visibility to best-in class practices which are climate-informed, evidence-based and equity-intentional.


The Challenge

With a population of 230M people, the recent and historical spate of climate-induced disasters are a reminder that Pakistan needs to urgently reform its climate action strategy. Although in the short term loss and damage and adaptation are imperative, we must look to the horizon and address the entire spectrum from mitigation to L&D in order to have a more systemic and future-proof approach.

Climate Change in Pakistan is currently synonymous with climactic shocks, from extreme heatwaves to floods and earthquakes, which elicit reactive measures. The ecosystem is fragmented, with little national or global visibility for local solutions and innovations that can be sustainably scaled.

A New Vision

The climate narrative is primarily governed by government engagements at a global level focused on Adaptation/L&D, and industry specific entities. This is within a context of inadequate policy, lack of resources, political and economic crisis and lack of data-driven, transparent, evidence-based conversations.

Given the intersectionality of climate change with every development sector, from education and gender to WASH to agriculture, there is a need for a more cohesive 'whole-of-society' narrative underpinned by timely data to build more robust systems and leverage local, regional and global innovations in order to build an equitable and inclusive future for all.

A vertical shot of a Dhankar monastery in Spiti Valley with snow-covered mountains in the background

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