As an inescapable concomitant with the traditional route of economic development, Pakistan has been facing natural resource degradation and pollution problems. The unsavory spectacle of air pollution, water contamination and other macro environmental impacts such as water logging, land degradation and desertification, are on rise. All this, in conjunction with rapid growth in population, have been instrumental to the expanding tentacles of poverty.

This action plan has been developed to fulfill the requirements of the UNFCCC through development and implementation of a robust and transparent national forest monitoring system.

In view of Pakistan’s high vulnerability to adverse impacts of climate change, in particular to extreme events, mitigation and adaptation measures are the focus of this Policy. Tremendous role of Forestry in climate change mitigation has been overwhelmingly recognized at international level.

In exercise of the powers conferred under section 31 of the Punjab Environmental Protection Act, 1997 (XXXIV of 1997), Governor of the Punjab is pleased to make the following rules: These rules may be cited as the Punjab Bio-safety Rules 2014.

Power sector reform in the country is witnessing a progressive tariff rationalization process. As the power sector requires a significant amount of resources to meet current and future customer demand, its ability to attract commercial capital needs to be ensured through relevant policy and regulatory actions.

In exercise of the powers conferred under Section 31 of the Punjab Environmental Protection Act, 1997 (XXXIV of 1997), Governor of the Punjab is pleased to make the following Rules: These Rules may be cited as the Punjab Environmental Protection (Motor Vehicles) Rules 2013.

This power policy by Pakistan's Ministry of Water and Power aims to support the current and future energy needs of the country. It presents vision for the power sector, highlighting its key challenges, setting major goals, summarizing policy principles, and also the strategy devised to achieve the nation's aspirations.

The main challenges the new NMP-2013 seeks to address revolve around the following five broad themes: Increasing the economic contribution of mining sector to Pakistan’s economy through more private investment; Being competitive for scarce and mobile international capital for investment in the mining sector through a stable and enabling environm

The National DRR Policy provides an overall guiding framework for addressing the high levels of disaster risk permeating Pakistani Society. It covers both natural and man-made hazards.

In order to incentivize the LPG Industry for enhancing local LPG production as well as import of LPG and its utilization in the automotive sector & in LPG Air Mix plants for provision of gas to consumers, the Government is introducing these policy Guidelines.