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4 ways to shore up South Asian coastal communities against climate change

Pakistan has been hit by unprecedented flooding, underlining its vulnerability to climate change. Image: Reuters/Akhtar Soomro

Sikander Bizenjo

Manager, External Engagements, Engro Corporation

Eric Shahzar

Global Shaper, Karachi Hub, Karachi Hub, World Economic Forum

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Children in Kharo Khan, a small island near south Pakistan’s coastal belt
Children in Kharo Khan, a small island near south Pakistan’s coastal belt. Image: Eric Shahzar

Raised homes built by WWF in Keti Bundar, south Pakistan.
Raised homes built by WWF in Keti Bundar, south Pakistan. Image: Eric Shahzar

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