Effect of Climate Change on Pakistan, Role of Government
by Khan, Yasir Amnat
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Climate change has always been a part of life on Earth. One of the most evident examples is the evolution of the planet from the ice age to the present day. All of these changes and evolutions are caused by climate change. However, because of human influence in climate change, the changes observed in recent years are more noticeable and change more rapidly. This includes, among other things, the emission of greenhouse gases. To summarize for those readers who are unfamiliar with climate change, it is the statistical change in climate over specific time periods; this change may be natural or accelerated by human intervention. The Pakistani government and the international community are launching multi-programs to address this problem, as well as investing in Pakistan to prevent climatic disasters.
Khan, Yasir Amnat
Malik, Zain Ul Abiden
Yasir Amnat Khan did MS (Develpoment Studies) from Szabist.Dr. Zain Ul Abiden Malik is Assistant Professor Pir Mir Ali Arid Agricultural University, Rawalpindi.Hani Fatima did Master (Economics) from Women Fatima Jinnah University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
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18 May 2021
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