TDF Nature Series is a collection of documentaries that capture the wide variety of ecosystems, habitats, and biomes which form the natural heritage of Pakistan. Since its launch on 10th September 2015, TDF Nature Series seeks to create awareness and inspire action regarding climate change and the sustainable protection, conservation, and rehabilitation of Pakistan’s natural systems.
Margalla Hills—Urban Wilderness, and Cliff-walkers of Chitral Gol
Mangroves—Custodians of the Coast
Frozen Giants of the Karakoram
- To raise and spread awareness about the natural heritage of Pakistan, including its ecosystems, habitats, and biomes.
- To change public perceptions, behaviours, and interests regarding climate change and its effects on Pakistan’s natural systems.
- To spark conversation and drive action for climate change and the sustainable protection, conservation, and rehabilitation of Pakistan’s natural systems.
TDF Nature Series documentaries are available to screen or download for free in English, Urdu, and regional languages such as Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, Pashto, and Khowar. Nature Series documentaries have also been provided to schools and colleges across Pakistan through USBs, CDs, and digital media.
Nature Series documentaries have been screened at different festivals and events across Pakistan in the past such as Pursukoon Karachi, Karachi Biennale, WOW—Women of the World Festival organized by the British Council, and the Pakistan International Mountain Film Festival.
Internationally, Nature Series documentaries have been screened at the Paris Climate Change Conference in Paris, France, the Rain International Nature Film Festival at Kerala, India, and the 15th meeting of the Mangroves For the Future’s Regional Steering Committee in Bali, Indonesia.