SAMAA – Predictions of future Pakistan climate set alarm bell ringing

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Recent research from the Global Change Impact Study Center

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Scientists from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Brazil have made horrific discoveries in research conducted under the Global Change Impact Study Center.

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According to the report, during the next 20 years, monsoon rains will shift from the plains of Punjab to the mountains of Gilgit-Baltistan, while the rivers will also experience turbulent floods.

According to the research report of the Global Change Impact Study Center, in the future, monsoon rains will fall from the agricultural areas of Central Punjab. The duration of rains will be less but the intensity will be higher.

According to the report, Sawan Rut will turn to Gilgit-Baltistan, which will cause floods in the Indus River, while there is a risk of increasing drought in some parts of the country.

The Global Change Impact Study Center also briefed relevant agencies on future challenges.

Following the publication of research papers in the United States, the federal government invited researchers from various universities to Islamabad.

The new study found the monsoon to have a negative impact on Pakistan’s agriculture, as well as the weather in Karachi.

“We share our information promptly through our publications and reports so that timely action can be taken,” said the director of the Global Change Impact Study Center.

Experts say that when we started the analysis, it had very strange results. He added that the monsoon was moving south.


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