Violent tornadoes, raging floods, expanding deserts and melting glaciers: all signs of climate change and all found in Pakistan. Hardest hit are the poor living in rural areas.
African ranchers are forced to seek new pastures after traditional grazing lands have dried up, putting them on a collision course with local farmers. In some areas, lands previously herded are being used for farming.
The Germanwatch think tank says in its latest climate risk report that Pakistan is the world's seventh most vulnerable country to climate change. In a DW interview, expert Tariq Banuri explains the reasons behind this.
Climate change is having a huge impact on Afghanistan's agriculture-based society. Despite changing environment patterns, Afghan farmers have a limited understanding of how climate change is affecting their livelihood.
On World Meteorological Day, DW provides an overview of how global warming is changing our lived experience of the climate.
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