Floods in Pakistan

Climate Change Floods in Pakistan 2022

Climate change in Pakistan is a threat to all of the region. Climate change and Urban development are causing a higher risk of riverine flooding in many regions across the globe. Rising temperature due to Greenhouse Gas emissions and heat waves results in the melting of frozen rivers and the world’s glaciers. It is summarised by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), that the increases in mean temperature and precipitation, rise in sea level and extreme weather events would make developing countries more exposed to disasters. However, these countries have a minimal carbon footprint. Unfortunately, due to poor infrastructures and poor economies consequences are worst. Likewise, Pakistan has long been considered one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change in the world.

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Sindh Environmental Protection Act, 2014 – Regulation

2021 Regulation for Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Sindh These regulations may be called the Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (Environmental Assessment) Regulations, 2021.  Sindh Environmental Protection Agency’s website is down from some time. This document is the updated version of The Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (Review of Initial Environmental Examination

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