Beyond climate mitigation: the Pakistan floods showed there's no turning back
Climate adaptation and mitigation is not a fight for Pakistan alone, the unprecedented impact of floods worldwide calls for multi-stakeholder support.
Mariam Raheem is a young professional working at the intersection of data-driven research and policy. Her focus has largely been on social impact, innovation, and inclusion. She is currently supporting a team of academics, experts and policymakers to implement a teacher-led, technology enabled, accelerated learning intervention that is designed to help ~250,000 students in K-5 catch up to their grade level and prevent learning losses in 1250+ formal and non-formal public schools.
As the Curator for the Global Shapers Community in Lahore, she has been exploring ways to help people build the skills they need to create their own prosocial behaviors. To date, she has worked on projects that have mobilized close to 200,000 people nationally and 2.3 million people globally. Building upon her work as a Circular Shaper, she is also preparing to launch her next initiative to improve Lahore’s air quality in collaboration with the TEDx Global Innovation Network.