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In green jobs boost, communities get bigger role running Pakistan's national parks
by Rina Saeed Khan
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
17 July 2020
On 17 July 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
In its latest move to generate jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic while boosting conservation and curbing the impacts of climate change, Pakistan has announced the creation of Pakistan's first National Parks Service, modeled on the U.S. agency. Under it, the country aims to get more local communities involved in running national parks and earning an income as they protect nearby conservation areas.
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