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Impact of Climate Change on Aquatic Situation in India: Implications for Pakistan
The present research aims to investigate the effects of climate change on aquatic resources in India and Pakistan, its worse implications on bilateral relations between both the agricultural countries on this grave issue. Extreme weather conditions like floods, droughts, heavy rain falls, cyclones and storms are responsible for the adverse climate situation in the region as well. Water is one of the basic necessities of life on this planet Earth. Population explosion along with urbanization, weather changes, water scarcity, and lack of proper institutional strategic mechanism which can deal with this alarming situation has become the burning issue in recent times. This research article unfolds and reveals that how inappropriate political decision making from both the countries aggravates this bulging issue and proves as a hindrance in its solution. This situation is a constant security threat to the lives of the people of both the countries. The present research provides a way to solve this problem that Megna Carta of both the countries on water resources and utilization of these sources is the need of the hour as both the countries are agricultural countries and their survival is not possible without water resources
Dr. Iram Khalid
Chairperson, Department of Political Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab Pakistan
Ph. D Scholar, Department of Political Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab Pakistan
Climate Change, Human Security Threat, Water Scarcity