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Pakistan’s flood marks the return of ‘Climate Change’

8 September 2022

8:00 AM

8 September 2022

8:00 AM

As the media become increasingly bored by Covid, it is time to return to an old favourite…

The temperature is rising within the Climate Change movement. The latest flooding of the Indus River in Pakistan is, as are all extreme weather events, blamed on Climate Change. Whilst the flooding is extensive, and has resulted in an estimated 1,200 lives lost, this is nothing new for Pakistan.

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