A UK-based climate change expert has warned that there will be an exceptional change in the temperatures in Pakistan as a whole in the coming years, but that the province of Sindh will be less affected as compared to the other parts of the country. The projected temperature increase in the north is somewhat higher than in the south of Pakistan. Karachi may however face the threat of rising sea levels by the year 2100, Karachi could also see the wrath of super cyclones in the years to come. Water issue between Pakistan and India could lead to “Water Wars” between the two states as well.
Posted by PWP on March 8, 2011 in Balochistan, Global Warming, Karachi, Pakistan, Severe Weather, Special article, Storms and tagged Global warming, Karachi, Karachi weather, Pakistan, Sindh, Super cyclones in Karachi, Threat Pakistan, Water Wars, Weather in Pakistan.