Pakistan faces higher numbers of floods, droughts in the future

Tribune: The average temperature in the country has risen by 0.6 Celsius in the past 100 years. The average temperatures in Pakistan have gone up by 0.6 Celsius over the past 100 years. The increase in northern Pakistan was slightly higher at 0.8 Celsius versus 0.5 Celsius in the south. While seemingly less, the rise in temperatures means Pakistan faces rapid recession of glaciers in the coming years that will greatly increase the water inflow into the Indus River system. This will reduce the natural......

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