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Air pollution and politics pose cross-border challenges in South Asia

In recent weeks, Lahore in Pakistan’s east has seen flight cancellations, school closures, factory shutdowns, and artificial rain to get things under control — but nothing seems to be working.
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Kashmir residents suffer through a dry winter waiting for snow. Experts point to climate change

A prolonged dry spell is sweeping across the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir during the harshest phase of winter, leaving many people sick and farmers worried about impending water shortages.
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Pakistani leader calls for global unity to fight diseases and emergencies caused by climate change

Pakistan’s prime minister has called for unified efforts to tackle global infectious diseases like COVID-19 and emergencies caused by climate change, nearly 1 1/2-year after devastating floods killed 1,700 people in his nation.
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Pakistan bears the brunt of global extreme heat illness and mortality

Climate-fueled disease — tied to heat, pathogens and toxins — is an emerging, lethal threat that countries are ill-prepared to confront. The Post visited ground zero for this new era, Pakistan, to see what the future holds.
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Fatima Bhutto: Climate change is the catastrophe to end all other catastrophes

Humanity will endure wildfires, super floods, storms, hurricanes and tsunamis for as long as possible — perhaps not long at all.
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Pakistan bears the brunt of global extreme heat illness and mortality

Climate change now poses a lethal threat around the globe. Pakistan faces higher mortality rates and adverse health-related impacts related to extreme heat.
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What does Chicago have in common with Pakistan? In the future, it may

Conceptual artist Jonathan Keats is exploring how changing climates will impact the foods we eat—and what we can learn from other cultures to help us adapt.
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