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AP News: Pakistan fatal flooding has hallmarks of warming

The familiar ingredients of a warming world were in place: searing temperatures, hotter air holding more moisture, extreme weather getting wilder, melting glaciers, people living in harm’s way, and poverty.

PTV: Global response to floods in Pakistan – International Assistance

IWMI Country Representative – Pakistan Dr. Mohsin Hafeez speaks to Views on News about the current flooding events in Pakistan.

Bloomberg: Melting Himalayan glaciers are making Pakistan’s floods worse

Every year, as the weather warms, teams of Indian scientists trek the Himalayan mountains to study the Chhota Shigri glacier in India’s northern state of Himachal Pradesh.

NBC News: A third of Pakistan is underwater as deadly floods leave desperate residents facing ‘doomsday’

A third of the country underwater. More than 1,000 people killed. And an estimated $10 billion of damage done.

Bolnews: H2O: Pakistan is among top 10 most vulnerable countries to climate change

Dr. Mohsin Hafeez, International Water Management Institute’s representative for Pakistan and Central Asia is an accomplished international water and climate governance expert with over 26 years of experience in climate adaptation, water and climate governance and integrated water resources management for the rural and urban areas.

The Nation: Dealing with Pakistan’s growing water insecurity

Water insecurity is already imposing significant social, environmental, and economic development challenges for Pakistan.

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