Deadly floods in Pakistan were “predictable,” study says

Climate Central: Program Needed to Convey Warnings to Vulnerable Populations A view of heavy floods caused by monsoon rains in Punjab Province, near the city of Multan, Pakistan, on August 15, 2010. Credit: UN Photo/Evan Schneider. In Pakistan last summer, severe flooding killed nearly 2,000 people and affected more than 20 million, destroying infrastructure such as roads, bridges and power stations, killing 20,000 cattle, and damaging fertile farmlands that are major sources of income and food for the Pakistani......

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