US and Pakistani singers have collaborated to release a new song titled "Sound the Alarm" to bring attention to the urgent need to combat climate change and mark Earth Day. The music video, sponsored by the US State Department, was released on April 22 by the US Consulate in Karachi. The song features U.S. singer Aaron English and Pakistani singer Ali Gul Pir and aims to remind individuals, organizations, and nations that everyone must play a part in mitigating climate change and preventing natural disasters like the devastating floods that hit Pakistan in 2022.

The release of the song underscores the importance of tackling the climate crisis and is in line with US foreign policy to work together with Pakistan to conserve and protect the earth. Climate change is a global issue that requires collective efforts from all countries. The US and Pakistan have a long history of collaboration, and the "Green Alliance" framework works to advance cooperation in agriculture, clean energy, and water. The US is committed to supporting Pakistan in strengthening its climate resilience, pursuing energy transformation, and fostering inclusive economic growth.

The release of the song has been well received, with people applauding the message behind the song and the collaboration between US and Pakistani artists. The song serves as a reminder of the urgent need for action on climate change and the importance of working together to address this global challenge.


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