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Changing rainfall patterns and rising temperatures will cost India 2.8% of its GDP and will drag down living standards of half its population by 2050, according to a World Bank study.
A study by Indian climatologists has for the first time established a direct correlation between human activity-induced greenhouse gas emissions and increased temperatures across the country.
The signs of water stress are almost everywhere in Pakistan – in the form of water scarcity, resource depletion, and contamination.