Climatic Change Has Led Sea Levels To Swallow Up 50,000 Acres Of Land in Pakistan

Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR for New York Times Climate change / sea-level rise in Fiji The shoreline of Vunidoloa is heavily eroded due to the rising waters. Vunidoloa is situated on the Natewa Bay on Viti Levu, Fiji's main island. Vunidoloa has 140 inhabitants and frequently floods due to the rising waters. The situ ation became so precarious that the government decided to relocate the village. Unfortunately the site was poorly designed and is eroding before anyone moved there.

Climatic change has lead to swallowing of 50,000 acres of land every year in Pakistan. The climatic change in the world is affecting Pakistan dramatically since the sea level has been increasing by one millimeter every year due to the rising temperatures.

The information was revealed by chest specialists Dr. Nisar Ahmad Rao, during a plantation ceremony in Karachi. He also warned that Pakistan is the 10th country which is suffering from global warming. Marine forests and excessive plantation might save Pakistan from global warming.

He also warned that 70 million people die before time because of air pollution. Most of these lives can be saved by keeping the surroundings clean.

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