South Asia Expects Future Risks Due to Climate Change

Thursday, July 05, 2018 10:32 AM | Priyanka Bansal

After a study done by the World Bank, the New York Times covers the evidence of climate change in South Asia since 1950. Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka seem to be increasing at the fastest rate, followed closely by the other South Asian countries. Because of the preexisting conditions of poverty, overpopulation, and underdevelopment, certain regions are at a higher risk. The article, which can be found here, outlines the risks for up to 800 million people in the general region.

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