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ENVIROMENTAL AND

ECOLOGICAL SECURITY
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 Chapter 1 - Introduction
 Chapter 2
 Global Perspective
 Relevance to National Security of Pakistan
 Vulnerability for Pakistan
 Coastal Paradigm
 Scarcity of Water and Conflict which is Interstate
 Chapter 3
 National Climate Change Policy
 Intended Nationally Determined Contribution
 Chapter 4
 References
Introduction

 National security is a state-centric method

 By temperance of its trademark, a country is a significant group of individual

 Environmental security emphasizes that untenable individual operations

 Besides, it could incite mass movement because of environmental suffering.


Research Question

 Environmental and ecological security as apart of national security


Chapter 2

 Global Perspective

 Relevanance to National Secuirty of Pakistan

 Vulnarablity for Pakistan

 Coastal Paradigm

 Scarcity of Water and Conflict which is Interstate


Global Pespective

 With repercussion on, crisp water supply, nourishment production, natural


ecosystem etc.

 Change of Weather has turned out to be one of the major ecological problems
facing environmental security around the globe.

 Change of Weather is globally showing itself in radical consequences of


cyclones, storms, floods, droughts, and distinct extreme weather
Relevance to National Security of
Pakistan
 Since its initiation, Pakistan has fundamentally been centered around its
national security

 Indian hostility on outskirts, an immovable regional question on Kashmir

 Afghanistan have molded a predefined measurement for Pakistan's security


understanding
Vulnerability for Pakistan

 It is situated in sub-tropics and incompletely in a calm region

 Change of Weather subjects these regions to dangers of cold retreat

 Being the second significant South-Asian country with massive obligation


deficiency, weak foundation, poor administration, pervasive defilement,
unbridled destitution
Coastal Paradigm

 Karachi, with 20 percent of the all-out GDP ratio, significant stock trade, and
conductor to 95 percent of the international trade

 In Karachi on one hand and water, rare "parched Sindh" on the other would
make life unimaginable in Sindh in the end.

 This demography displacement and inflation could shape the reason for a
fierce battle and misuse
Scarcity of Water and Conflict which is
Interstate
 Resort to war & dangering vibe for procurement of non-renewable natural
resources like petroleum & minerals is frequently seen inside a state and
between the states.

 In South Asia, water share is a noteworthy reason for fractures and question

 As Kashmir has vital water resources, vital to Pakistan's agribusiness, Water


sharing involves a real piece of Pakistan's
Findings

 National Climate Change Policy

 Intended Nationally Determined Contribution


Conclusion

 Change of Weather is much idle for trading off Pakistan's national security.

 Change of Weather with its immaterial commitment of 0.8 percent emanation

 Pakistan is yet among the main ten states most helpless against its
exceptional impacts.

 Potential water deficiency came about by Change of Weather could result in


sustenance and vitality insecurity
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