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Encroachment of coastal areas 9. Ozone depletion 10. Species disappear 11. Mass migration of people 12. Loss in economy 13. Loss of biodiversity 14. Increase in range of diseases 15. Decline in agriculture production Measurements to Counter Global Warning 1. Mass level of plantation 2. Use of renewable energy 3. Energy conservation 4. Reduction of greenhouse gases 5. Saline resistance crops 6. Cyclone shelter 7. Building of coastal 8. Application of cc5 technology 9. Forest planning 10. Technology transfer Conclusion Global Warning and our Preparation to Counter it Introduction 1. Evolution of civic societies 2. What is global warming? 3. A real threat for life 4. Fiction or fact Causes of Global Warning 1. Concentration of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide 2. Excessive use of insecticide, lubricants and fertilizers 3. Nuclear radiation 4. Deforestation 5. Burning of fossils fuel 6. Chloro´uoro carbon and depletion of ozone layer 7. Explosion of population Consequences due to Global Warning 1. Melting of polar ice, glaciers and ice-sheet of green land 2. Rising of sea level 3. Catastrophic rains 4. Severe hurricanes 55 Mureed Hussain Jasra, CSP CSPs for CSS & PMS: 0316-5701593
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56 Mureed Hussain Jasra, CSP CSPs for CSS & PMS: 0316-5701593 5. Frequent natural disaster 6. Disaster impact on marine life 7. Encroachment of coastal areas 8. Ozone depletion 9. Species disappear 10. Loss of biodiversity 11. Increase in range of diseases 12. Decline in agriculture production Pakistan Preparation to Counter it 1. Formulation of Water Policy 2018 2. Paris Agreement Recti²cation 3. National Climate Change Policy 4. National Climate Change Bill 2016 5. Green Pakistan move 6. Use of renewable energy resources 7. Introduction of new verities of seeds by PARC 8. Participation in International Forums 9. Population Control Global Initiatives to Counter It 1. Mass awareness campaign 2. Introduction of carbon credit 3. E±orts for consensus building 4. Earth Summit 1992 5. Convention on Climate Chang 1994 6. Kyoto Protocol 1997 7. Doha Amendment to Kyoto Protocol 2012 8. Paris Agreement 2016 Conclusion Climate Change and Our Preparation to Counter It Introduction 1. Emergence of Industrial Revolution 2. What is climate change? 3. A real threat for life existent Evidences of Climate Change 1. Severe shortage of rains 2. Change in weather pattern 3. Unprecedented smog 4. Melting of polar ice, glaciers and ice-sheet of green land
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5. Rising of sea level 6. Severe hurricanes 7. Frequent natural disaster 8. Disaster impact on marine life 9. Encroachment of coastal areas 10. Species disappearance 11. Loss of biodiversity 12. Decline in agriculture production Causes of Climate Change 1. Concentration of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide 2. Excessive use of insecticide, lubricants and fertilizers 3. Nuclear radiation 4. Deforestation 5. Burning of fossils fuel 6. Chloro´uoro carbon and depletion of ozone layer 7. Explosion of population Pakistan Preparation to Counter it 1. Paris Agreement Recti²cation 2. National climate change policy 3. National climate change Bill 2016 4. Green Pakistan move
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