Three flood victims float their belongings on an upturned table following heavy rains during the monsoon season in Dera Allah Yar, Jafferabad district, Pakistan, on September 5. Photo: Reuters
Three flood victims float their belongings on an upturned table following heavy rains during the monsoon season in Dera Allah Yar, Jafferabad district, Pakistan, on September 5. Photo: Reuters
Saman Rizwan
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Saman Rizwan

Pakistan floods latest sign of climate injustice for Global South

  • Pakistan is one of many developing nations on the front line of climate change, with its struggling economy further strained by severe weather events
  • In 2009, the Global North pledged US$100 billion by 2020 for climate change adaptation in developing nations. The Global South is still waiting for the funds

Three flood victims float their belongings on an upturned table following heavy rains during the monsoon season in Dera Allah Yar, Jafferabad district, Pakistan, on September 5. Photo: Reuters
Three flood victims float their belongings on an upturned table following heavy rains during the monsoon season in Dera Allah Yar, Jafferabad district, Pakistan, on September 5. Photo: Reuters
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