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Pakistan's 2012–2013 budget favours atomic energy over agriculture and climate change.
Pakistan is unable to tap its renewable energy wealth for poor policies.
South-South collaboration is falling back, due to both political and financial crises.
Pakistan’s farmers and scientists argue over the success of GM cotton.
South Asian countries should drop political agendas in favour of collaboration in sustainable development …
Pakistan should turn to agroforestry to stem its shrinking forest cover, say experts.
Pakistan hopes to stem economic losses from foot and mouth disease with support from US scientists.
Pakistan is tapping Asian expertise in dengue research, but this does not extend to improving surveillance.
Pakistan plans, through collaboration with other countries, to expand its network of satellites in space.