This research topic focuses on exploring anthropological insights with reference to national policies on integrated forest management and climate change. Forests are a crucial element of ecosystem which provide a range of ecological, economic, and social benefits, and play a significant role in mitigating climate change. Integrated forest management (IFM), which involves the sustainable use of forests through a combination of conservation and development activities, is an important strategy for ensuring the long-term health and productivity of forest ecosystems. This research seeks to identify the socio-cultural factors that shape forest management practices, as well as the impacts of climate change on forest-dependent communities. The methodology of the study was systematic literature review (SLR), for which, researcher has collected seventeen papers from Google Scholar covering the period from 2012 to 2022 for SLR, focusing on the themes of integrated forest management, climate change and policies, specifically from Pakistan. This study underscores the significant positive impact that IFM can have on the environment and climate, fostering ecosystem-friendly conditions, along the need for ongoing assessment in ensuring its continual effectiveness in fostering sustainable practices and positive outcomes for both ecosystems and human societies. The insights gained from this research can inform the development of national policies that take into account the needs and perspectives of forest-dependent communities and promote sustainable forest management practices that are responsive to the impacts of climate change. Regular monitoring and evaluation of IFM practices may help to promote sustainable integrated forest management which will in turn improve our environment and ecosystem friendly climate and a better human life.