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Disasters of monsoon rains in South Asia INDOOP SMARTGAGA 1.2

Environmental Challenges to Climate Change.

South Asian countries are currently experiencing a crisis of rains and floods due to climate change. Monsoon rains in many countries including Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and Bangladesh have caused floods and destruction of infrastructure as well as loss of hundreds of precious lives. "Climate change is not just about change," said Petri Talas, secretary general of the World Meteorological Organization. Rather, these changes affect the oceans, water resources, ecosystems, food security and the sustainable development of the entire planet. 

According to a report by the Asian Development Bank, Pakistan is universally recognized as vulnerable to climate change, and over the past decade, climate change has led to severe weather events, including floods, famines, and glaciers melting lakes. Floods, cyclones and heatwaves caused by the eruption caused not only loss of human lives but also severe damage to property and the national economy.

Heavy rains and floods have wreaked havoc in South Asia this year, killing hundreds and forcing thousands to flee. China has been hit by the worst floods in 30 years due to heavy rains this year. The country's 33 rivers have reached their highest levels for the first time in history. Rains and floods have displaced thousands of people in the Indian state of Assam. One million people were affected by the emergency. 

Monsoon rains wreaked havoc in India in August. Record-breaking rains in Mumbai paralyzed livelihoods, while many Indian cities were flooded after heavy rains. More than 300 mm of rain in southern Mumbai has disrupted life in the city. Heavy rains and floods in Afghanistan have killed hundreds of people. According to reports, 13 provinces of Afghanistan have been severely affected by the rains and floods, while the most affected province has grown. 

According to the Afghan Ministry of Natural Disasters, the recent floods have affected thousands of people in Parwan, while Kabul, Panjshir, Wardak, Logar, Paktia, Paktika, Khost, Ghazni and Laghman have also been affected by the floods. Hundreds of thousands displaced, emergency declared, floods reportedly wreak havoc in Bangladesh, disrupting entire system of government. Government sources in Dhaka say hundreds of people have been displaced by the floods in Bangladesh so far. 

People were killed and thousands of cattle were swept away, while hundreds of homes were destroyed. Monsoon rains caused landslides in various parts of the country, as well as falling trees and hoardings on the roads. While many people lost their lives due to electric shock. Due to floods

The effects of climate change caused by the corona virus temporarily diminished and this interval was considered temporary, as it was observed that there was a temporary reduction in environmental pollution following the declining trend of the corona epidemic but carbon conditions improved. I will increase. The coronavirus has also caused incredible changes in global temperatures and the environment and the spread of the ozone layer (black hole) has begun to decline. 

However, there is no denying that the coronavirus can be controlled. Then a new trade war will break out. No matter how the priorities change, the trend of rapid increase in environmental pollution cannot be ignored. Due to the Corona epidemic, air travel, transport, industries were closed, but it was not permanent, but after the epidemic where the economic changes, the whole world is facing environmental challenges. Climate change

Governments need to declare an environmental emergency to deal with natural disasters, as climate change is damaging agricultural crops and many countries are at risk of malnutrition. Deforestation and the spread of fire have increased the need to plant as many trees as possible to minimize future losses. Increased monsoon rains damage infrastructure, leading to the use of development funds to rehabilitate infrastructure rather than new ones. 

Also, the increase in epidemics and diseases causes more problems for developing countries. The Corona epidemic has weakened the country's economy and put all the pressure on business activities on the poor and the middle class. Rising unemployment has led to an increase in social problems. Industrial If activities are affected, then tourism is also harmed. 

At present, there are about 900,000 people in Pakistan who are involved in the tourism sector, while in South Asia, there are 17.7 million people. While the total revenue of the tourism sector is billions of dollars. Due to the global epidemic, Pakistan, like other countries in South Asia, is facing a difficult situation in the tourism sector. 

Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives. 

There are about nine lakh people in Pakistan who are currently involved in the tourism sector while 17 million people are in South Asia. While the total revenue of the tourism sector is billions of dollars. Due to the global epidemic, Pakistan, like other countries in South Asia, is facing a difficult situation in the tourism sector. Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, 

India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives. There are about nine lakh people in Pakistan who are currently involved in the tourism sector while 17 million people are in South Asia. While the total revenue of the tourism sector is billions of dollars. Due to the global epidemic, Pakistan, 

like other countries in South Asia, is facing a difficult situation in the tourism sector. Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives. 77.7 million people are associated. 

While the total revenue of the tourism sector is billions of dollars. Due to the global epidemic, Pakistan, like other countries in South Asia, is facing a difficult situation in the tourism sector. Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives. 77.7 million people are associated. 

While the total revenue of the tourism sector is billions of dollars. Due to the global epidemic, Pakistan, like other countries in South Asia, is facing a difficult situation in the tourism sector. Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives. Face to face Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. 

Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives. Face to face Due to lockdowns and suspension of transportation, tourism activities abroad and at home are also almost suspended, which is having a negative impact on the economy. 

Due to the decline in tourism, Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at ارب 3.64 billion, India's GDP at 43 43.4 billion, Bangladesh's GDP at about 2 2 billion, and Sri Lanka's GDP at about ارب 2 billion, 46 460 million in Nepal's GDP and 70 700 million in the Maldives.


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