Islamabad: In collaboration with WWF-Pakistan, the Swedish embassy launched a seven-day challenge called Eat, Move, and Live Sustainably in Pakistan on Friday. The campaign’s goal is to encourage environmentally friendly lifestyle choices and raise awareness about their environmental impact.

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Participants were told at a launch ceremony held at the residence of Swedish Ambassador Henrik Persson that as the number of participants grows, the challenge would help raise public awareness about climate change and reduce individual carbon footprints.

Climate activists, influencers, and policymakers would participate and actively promote the challenge on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to guarantee that the challenge received much-needed public attention.

“Let’s start a more sustainable and smarter lifestyle together today!” Henrik Persson stated as he welcomed the attendees. To lessen your carbon footprint, it can be as simple as saying no to single-use plastic products or riding a bicycle whenever possible.”

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According to the ambassador, Pakistan and Sweden have a lot of potential to interact even further in this field because both nations want to fight climate change and lead the green revolution.

“We are witnessing the impact of human activities on the environment, including droughts, heat waves, and floods,” said Hammad Naqi Khan, Director General of WWF-Pakistan. Pakistan is well-positioned to take advantage of a wide window of opportunities as the globe embarks on the UN decade for ecosystem restoration.”

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