Large number of dams is the answer
Islamabad: Global warming with consequential climate change might be one explanation for Pakistan’s devastating floods, but scientists believe poor land management and outdated irrigation systems are also to blame for the devastation caused by the worst floods in the country’s history.
Flooding has battered Pakistan since the onset of heavy monsoon rains a month ago, affecting almost the entire country from north to south.
More than 1,600 people have died and more than 6 million are homeless, according to the U.N. The total population affected is at least 17 million.Read More »Poor land management, outdated irrigation system cause floods