Climate change and Pakistan (Opinion)

Pakistan, an Asian country, is facing now a time a big challenge of climate change. Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns. Pakistan is considered a third-world country and how could this developing country contribute to climate change? A country with limited resources or fossil fuels has to cope with the disasters as a result of climate change.

These devastating conditions are alarming.

Major causes of climate change are
 Burning of fossil fuels
 Emission of carbon dioxide
 Emission of greenhouse gases in the environment
 Deforestation

The rise of temperature is not a new
thing, it is the basic step in climate change. Over more than two decades we are making our earth polluted and harmful to the living. We are struggling to travel to
mars and want to start a new life there, but where we are living, we are not making strategies for a healthy life on earth.

Many developed countries are contributors to climate change like CHINA, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INDIA, RUSSIA, GERMANY, and many more countries.

These countries are major contributors. Al the countries started a race of using fossil fuels by making electricity and using them in industries for means of production.

The global average temperature has risen by about 1 degree Celsius since the late 1900s which among other impacts has led to declining glaciers and sea ice while the global sea level has risen by about 8 inches (21 centimetres).

Only 21% of the total greenhouse emissions in the United States. Developed countries are just lecturing the world about the harmful effects of climate change, but in actuality, they are doing nothing in this way.

Our earth has become near to extinction because of these countries. Pakistan is an almost zero per cent contributor to
climate change but recently floods in urban and lower areas can be taken as climate change.

Pakistan is paying for what he has not
done. Over 33 million people have been forced to flee their homes Pakistan has been experiencing an economic crisis for the previous several months, making it difficult for Pakistan to conduct relief and rescue operations across the country. Is it
enough to aid the country at some level after disastrous effects? Despite climate change, we are also responsible for flooding.

Our lack of management leaves us on the path of catastrophic conditions. With limited resources and administration, we had to face the high level of unfortunate consequences.

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