How dangerous are the probable floods of 2023 going to be? | Sidra Riaz | Not Every Woman | Epi 18

    In the latest episode of “Not Every Woman,” we had the honor of inviting Sidra Riaz, a remarkable young climate activist and the youngest PhD scholar. Sidra enlightened our audience about the pressing issue of climate change and its global impact, particularly emphasizing its effects on Pakistan. During the conversation, Sidra shed light on the dangers posed by the anticipated floods of 2023. Given the current state of global warming, deforestation, and climate change, these floods are expected to be severe and potentially devastating. The 2013 flood in Pakistan served as a poignant reminder of the destructive power of such natural disasters. It is crucial for governments, communities, and individuals to recognize the urgency of addressing climate change. Sidra’s passionate advocacy for climate action serves as an inspiration to take proactive measures, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions, promoting sustainable practices, and enhancing disaster preparedness and resilience. “Not Every Woman” continues to create a platform for important discussions like these, bringing awareness to global issues and showcasing the remarkable work of individuals like Sidra Riaz, who are dedicated to making a positive impact in the face of climate change

    Host : Marriam Kaiwan Guest : Sidra Riaz (climate activist)

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