Pakistan has set itself the goal of working on environmentally friendly transport using 30% electric vehicles (EV) by 2030. However, keeping in view the current status, it requires swift action from the government before the end of this decade. OICCI Vice President Amir Paracha speaks at the Pakistan Climate Conference organized by OICCI.

The conference was hosted at Unilever Headquarters in Pakistan. He brought together local and global experts and business leaders to start a dialogue on this important issue.

OICCI Vice President Amir Paracha said that local and international speakers at the conference shared ambitions, solutions and best practices globally to drive climate change action in Pakistan. They say Pakistan still has work to do if it wants to achieve ambitious Nation level contributions (NDC). It aims to reduce projected emissions by 50 percent and achieve 60 percent renewable energy use by 2030. The summit in Pakistan initiated negotiations on a number of important issues. Propose to the country the necessary negotiations to accelerate its positive climate.

Malik Amin Aslam, speaking at the 2022 Pakistan Climate Conference dedicated to the Ministry of Climate Change, said: “This is a great achievement and honor for the Foreign Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI), the voice of international investors is becoming increasingly important. Investors in Pakistan will gather a large number of companies on one platform. and assist the government in implementing climate action in Pakistan and contributing to the implementation of National Commitments (NDCs) made at COP26.”

The meeting had a large number of participants both physically and physically. including civil servants Top industry leaders Climate change activist, academic, senior journalist and civil society representatives

The Prime Minister’s Trade and Investment Adviser Abdul Razzaq Daoud also praised the OICCI, saying that climate change has had a direct impact on the economy. And the Pakistan Climate Change Conference is laying the groundwork for an action plan to help Pakistan meet its global climate commitments and make it sustainable. its economy

OICCI President Ghiyas Khan stated that the OICCI’s goal for the Pakistan Climate Conference is to build on the lessons learned from COP 26 to identify and implement the efforts needed to mitigate climate impacts in Pakistan. Our goal at this meeting is to involve climate experts. politicians and business decision makers come together to share experiences and best practices to help Pakistan improve its needed climate action.

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