Climate change causes global damage, ranging from weather patterns leading to drought and flooding to completely crippling a nation’s economy. These secondary effects of climate change are primarily caused by the developed nations’ unfathomable carbon emissions. Hence, there should be a collaborative effort from these nations to lessen the damage to under-developing countries. This paper aims to analyze the role of international & domestic media in the coverage of the climate crisis in Pakistan and how the dissemination of information is lacking in the media. Pakistan is one of the worst affected countries due to climate change, ironically being one of the least carbon emitters. The people of Pakistan need to be better informed about the consequences of changing climate, and this lack of awareness causes serious problems. The responsibility of spreading accurate information regarding weak policies, the impact of increasing carbon emission rates, and secondary complications caused to underdeveloped countries falls on the shoulders of domestic and international media outlets. Through qualitative research methodology, this study aims to prove how the media lags in disseminating the necessary facts and information to the public. In addition to highlighting the consistent failures of international media outlets when covering climate change, recommendations and actions are provided for courses of action that can be taken to remedy this problem.