Climate Change and Khaity’s Initiatives To Deal With It

Climate change is a significant issue in Pakistan, especially during the months of April and May. These months have seen severe heatwaves, and weather predictions suggest that this extreme weather will continue until mid-July or at least until the monsoon season arrives. According to recent studies, there has been about 1-degree Celsius (1.7-degree Fahrenheit) increase in the average world temperature. By 2050, the global temperature is expected to rise by roughly 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), and by 2100, it is predicted to rise by 2-4 degrees Celsius (3.6–7.2 degrees Fahrenheit). This major climate change is affecting not only people but also the agricultural sector.

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