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CROP LOSSES IN PAKISTAN

Extreme weather conditions have become commonplace in Pakistan. Periodic increasing effects of global warming - droughts and floods have become an annual phenomenon affecting food and water security in Pakistan. Approximately 15% of the rice crop and 40% of the cotton crop were lost as a result of these floods. According to experts, Pakistan may soon face food shortages if thousands of acres of arable land are not properly restored – Daily Times


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