Pakistan Flooding Because of Farms?

National Geographic: Pakistan's extreme floods, which have displaced 20 million people and swamped a fifth of the country, have been made far worse by decades of river mismanagement, experts say. In Pakistan's wide plains where the bulk of the population lives, the rivers swelled by monsoons have been confined by levees, dams, and canals, in much the same way the Mississippi River has in the United States. On Pakistan's glacial-fed Indus River, the British started to build a system of canals and ......

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