ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Fixing the Water and Climate Change Nexus


Pakistan is inherently a water-dependent country. Its water and climate policy nexus is mired in deep, endemic, and systemic challenges, most notably poor governance. In practice, Pakistan has historically relied upon structural, infrastructural, and engineering solutions. On the contrary, its climate change and water security challenges have a much larger domain than merely technical or infrastructure issues.

Water governance involves a set of political, administrative, and institutional policies, processes, and practices that enable decision-making and their implementation after extensive consideration of the stakeholders’ concerns and holding the decision-makers accountable for water management.

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Updated On : 30th Apr, 2022
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