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International Webinar was Held By Agricultural Engineering Research Institute (AERI)
International webinar entitled "Implementation challenges for climate change policies in developing world", was held in Agricultural Engineering Research Institute (AERI) on Sep. 28, 2021. The webinar was delivered by Dr. Muhammad Mumtaz, who is a scientist working as Assistant Professor and Coordinator for Public Administration and Governance program at the University of Haripur, Pakistan.

In this webinar, in addition to the presence of the DG of AERI institute, more than 20 faculty members specialized on water from the headquarters and Provincial departments of AERI, together with some Officials and experts from related executive bodies (e.g., Deputy of Water and Soil of Ministry of Jihad Agriculture) participated.

The webinar was delivered by Dr. Muhammad Mumtaz who is a political scientist working as Assistant Professor and Coordinator for Public Administration and Governance program at the University of Haripur, Pakistan. He discussed various topics on the webinar subject especially governance challenges of developing world to face the issue of climate change and water security.

At the end, questions and answers were raised on the subject and for future cooperation with the University of Haripur. It was decided to develop a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in this regard. This MOU will be established on the priority basis so as to understand various mechanisms of policy making and having the necessary programs to adapt to global climate change in the future. This MOU will be instrumental for mutual benefit from each other experiences. Pakistan is doing quite well in some areas of climate governance so it will be helpful to take advantage from the experiences of Pakistan as well as the expertise and experience of Dr. Mumtaz in this field and his vast exposure of such activities in the different countries of the world will be effectively utilized.

 


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