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December 6, 2017

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The climate curse

The climate curse

Climate change is a global challenge. The entire world is now witnessing its harsh effects, including the significant melting of glaciers, and it is time that we paid attention to this issue. Steps should be taken to limit warming to below two degree Celsius. Recently, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa dealt with a smog that caused great inconvenience to residents. The low visibility not only made it difficult to travel on the roads but also resulted in fatal accidents.
Our agricultural sector has also been affected due to the limited amount of rainfall and the lack of forestation. A developing country like Pakistan cannot afford a water shortage since such crises will have a direct impact on our economic needs. In order to address this issue, we must tap all available renewable energy sources. Only the government’s sincere efforts can make the environment eco-friendly and pollution-free.
Riaz Akbar
Wah Cantt

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