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food prices is this entirely down to the fact that we bring you the stories and developments that are rapidly changing the world we live in a prime minister. fixing a war torn economy counting the cost on al-jazeera. in pakistan a battle for one of the last necessities plays out under the cover of documents like the buddha as he stumbled on his i'm a man of that i'm bummed that i'm but i'm law abiding. in the country's biggest city karate the taps are running dry with water in short supply a black market is thriving on poor ok of it but they are. doing. good with. as all thor she struggled to deal with climate change heat waves and broken infrastructure millions of dollars worth of water is being stolen
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and sold to people who can pay a premium to have enough. we're going to have a 101 ace meet the water thieves of karateka and reveals how climate change is leaving pakistan dry. kharaj pakistan's largest city with a population of 20000000 is brought to a standstill. a sufi heat wave struck the southern port city in june 25th date with temperatures as high as 45 degrees celsius. unaware and unprepared around 1500 people across kharaj perish from dehydration and 8 struck.
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memories of 25th dane continue to haunt karate to die but as dr rozza from a buffy shockey hospital tells us now people are better prepared. in the last 2015 about 16 is helen gaining maybe. trying to find. models who make a good awareness program of their news if newly deviousness no warning assume it's all going to hit. it's a destructive piece and a few reports come with a longer lamela i who. move your money to whom the modification needed that it was but. this is the new normal in karate. environmentalist say pakistan is particularly vulnerable to the impact of climate
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change. and in megacities like kharaj lack of trees molls of asphalt roads and toll buildings are increasing heat absorption. the growth the poli plant get densely populated settlements is making matters worse according to shuffle cut a kill file me director of the not sedations environment program. in this particular example no bob when there's an explosion in a small. go through 50 with their macabre prince and be an end of now but a lot of just so. you have more people who need more water and you are more shops and federal you need more also mismanagement. or not manage to protect its water courses. with rising temperatures the population consumes more water. more than a 1000000000 gallons unaided h.j.
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to supply karate citizens but the cities are only able to provide around half that amount. for residents like muhammad or if that means the taps often run dry. so you played by that. will be a god. to get wider war to go. back out over a year obvious core money better go to. the wider war damage of the diagram lot of funny. broken water distribution lines multiply the problem across the city. to i am sorry for arrives at the government's main distribution pipeline 100 measures from his home. he plants to the water to his house with the i have hoses and
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a small bush arise. and we got to get more done when we got to got to find it more to go to. the immortality and i got a body which all you could use cookie to be much more. but i just need to get some of that. there are one and a half 1000000 people in this district alone. to say are going to. be here next year look they're going to. look up all right but overtaken by the hour but. we head to the karate waterboard to ask managing director assad come on what's causing the problem. it could actually keep your demonic head from
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a 1000000 gallon party bushman naturally i will carry can be had linkages be had but a pretty hair skin who would have been going to fare minus critically had to come up. and get the party from dick. funny how my. i would have been a doubter meaning a lot of fun according to rocky water to the head. as water becomes spot a black market is thriving. so where does all this water go. to find out we go in search of kharaj these want to say. it's a lucrative business where water is stolen and then sold for high profits. after many attempts we finally convince a water thief to mesa's so on
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a time limited to. each person to do their duty you can do their job to funny to. others but i'm going in there going to this. to look at the market. at least for. the next. insert current illegal. 30 year this is our borders are. just. taken to a congested slum where one of the faves explains how it works now does that mean next sunday in a day gives any industry any of bonnie going connection there isn't. as
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a board why you have on your morning to. you. and the. money when you go and you know that it will take. us to get in just to give money. well you get a little bit from normal or another even a little railing on the album i'm going to get you to give me. your name i mean memory get a look at. the home he has a bit of that will be whatever. will be learned. by jim is going to get it done pre-drill operator in the bunny here. in the money going on you know what i think i want to do you know who you bunny with a nickel again everything i say i'm. not running the biggest audience any liking or if there wasn't. a lot it's hard to judge with one side of me said 101 order.
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of the suddenly some 11 or the bunny's a big time industry go by 7 that say simply legally buy me not feel you were doing. anything is go get my grandmother that. lisp another month but when you think that all this mere governments i believe. anomalous in the beginning. when you leave. the guard the border to the. side of departments with. the name tigers to where they steal the water from. water that they then sell at exorbitant rights while government officials get a cost. on. to monitor blake and then for copperhead to execute it will be here. and i'm
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a whole show going to be right if you can't community the hotel you're. committing are made in a bucket at the end of the man and i make a. lot of heat a clue what the department will say. this stolen water is diverted from the poor to the rich who can pay mo. one solution the city has developed for its water needs a water tank is that now had too much of kharaj cheese water distribution. more than $10000.00 tank is operates in the city under government control making an estimated $50000.00 deliveries to consume is across karate each day but there are a few checks and balances and when heat waves hit karate and the demand for water sources excessive bribes. allowing tanker drivers to jack up their rights.
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delivery of a 1000 gallon water tanker costs from $12.00 to i change dollars per trip it's a state prize especially for large whole families who spend up to a 3rd of their income on stolen water. a global study projects that nearly 5000000000 people live in water stressed regions. by 2050 while the united nations estimates that water shortages could displace hundreds of millions of people as early as 2030. the karate water board says they are stepping up they fought against the sea she's with. today we going on a ride with top the shroud who heads the task force against water theft i'll be. your door to talk about it. on that but i didn't order this
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because it had devolved out of their vocal divine authority out. on. to be thought of all the from the beginning if you are to get. involved one from going to get what you. want to tell a good from me i don't. think it's you but that diminishes that we put on the buyout it to chomp or let it ok but they opt. for it you're not good with. the mules i do that while you're young toward that you will fight to get on with the not caring doesn't that young for their for the sake of the wallet. as soon as we breach the location the team sports the thing and the right to get those wheeling it is a pretty good to get. go to do more going to be legal if you're going to be i
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think you can be a constant. in the game you door to door and. you don't go don't don't don't really don't. forget. don't know that i'll never go. in there even at that time magazine and the fact that you're now live and like you know i looked really are you go not no. daniel are you aware that it only gets older however than if you believe that whatever to. them they were to get a lot of feeling that they were going to try to get under your bed there is a down then obviously you. get a good bullshit game all you needed to do you get pummeled with the recovery and you know. you're getting a. little do look into it in the. beginning. we're going to do with the line was a little tough for the think it was
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a very funny you don't notice me like there's going to be here we go you are you just look a little funny wouldn't you like if there were is more of them in the water given his work. a water pump is complicated in the right. to be explains the kind of money changing hands in caracas a liquid water industry. like you'd be feeling the future we've got them. on the telly. on the other we're going to get the one. it's about that old fellow and he has that covered. you got engaged. if you get him out of order at that time. i tell them ok will opt in order to i don't think it will but oh they can go and do it all day that it will be. to get the young gentlemen of them but what they're. the day's work
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is not done tabi she has received another teapot. a textile factory deal by is stealing and reselling wasn't. a suspect is a rest of the same. total you get all. you have to give factory is to get. native land by a nickel. i mean obviously you do do that a good thing about human body if you get the middle are going to tell you it.
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will. be a lady who pumped from the bowl is taken out and confiscated. yeah he teaches that this is routine work for to be sure and his team they destroy iran 10 pumps a day and arrest the perpetrators but he decides he of 20000000 people and with limited resources the karate waterboard can only play catch up with the thieves as schuchat cockatiel explains climate change will only worsen kharaj he's water was grammar jane will mean more. and will mean more crowd into a mean or an auction and the quantity and remarks and the quantity. i want our borders are serious there were missing american and embarrassed. soaring temperatures in south asia a reaching pake levels jews are rising grain house gas emissions the hague is
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destroying the human languages since that supply of water to the rest of the subcontinent. the clay sea it's in northern pakistan of the biggest collection of auschwitz outside the polar regions but now. we travel to the other side of the country to google me it's a village in northern pakistan to investigate its impact. according to a new study 36 percent of the glacis bound in the region will be gone by 2100 sitara per diem is a glaciologist who has studied these auschwitz for the last decade this was once the area we kids plenty of water from the school a ship because the glacier was much higher so that what it was. that he chatted to these 8 ition jenna's the glaciers that we are the sensitive to climate the x.
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according to the template yet in the precipitation when it's hot it's a lot. since not in the snow line in northern pakistan has receded by 1 point one plummeted. what sancia still wasn't possible in 1000 years has happened within 30. if global emissions remain at current levels future generations may never see eyes in south asia. these glaciers are also important who are these commons who are living here who defend on these if that's real for their livelihoods so it's not for civil leave out that watters. on these glaciers. it leaves these village communities nestled in the mountains highly vulnerable. less than. and
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you. can feel the. lakes forming within the glycine is often burst causing flash floods destroying life property downstream. shall cut ali a local resident and tool god takes us to the good kinglake one of the largest in northern pakistan. as the sun blazes only we see streams of water running down the crew passes. the water is collecting into a massive like within the glazier shall cut says it could burst today any time and flood the village below are what is going to argue out in a couple of the. dying by a supporter i still will melt. is it do we are. all the other getting this now please rest up in iowa jack it needs is it will need to pay out
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the pointer. to a get if get us there man apparently and you gotta get in on egypt not just much of the exit because. in june 29th take a glacial lake formed in the neighboring she spoke place here. local officials quickly built a concrete wall to prevent the water from bursting the banks but it filed to stop the savage torrent that suddenly engulfed the village. local resident john mills remembers that fateful day. the water basically banana but was the target jordan many with him i cannot. go but i'm not up. signal. john boehner job and. other.
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job to check. the order. was but be it when you get off that's a good move you need. to read says dozens of homes washed away. big from the disaster management authority says it could have been much worse they can do is the a bald muscular camel diet is about going to give us elizabeth and 100 person. to think we've all done it a record. 20 person we all call all meds and he was a good person what a b. as it is on going to present 200 feet. go under feet is nothing more damaging was a oh my position. but. to reach takes us
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to the sheesh percolates here he believes it's the size of another disaster in the making. he says this black lycia is moving down straight 5 to 6 missions a day towards the village due to rising temperatures are b.b. too good does a lot of them better. or ya bit oscillate then as other. jobs upon return from us come years. undergoing a dozen or so yeah. yeah. prime minister in run cons response to the challenge of global warming began with a program called the 1000000000 trade tsunami $1000000000.00 trees were planted
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between 20142017 at a cost of 169 $1000000.00 the prime minister has vowed to plant another $10000000000.00 trees by 2023 the aim is to increase forest cover and attract grants that will help reduce rising temperatures. but more needs to be done 2025 has been mocked as the year when pakistan may turn into a water scarce country unable to meet its walls and needs. in a country beset with problems climate change is not considered a top priority issue by the population. but today young pakistanis taking to the streets of lahore and other cities across the country to demand urgent action to tackle the. climate crisis but.
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i think. these young people about how climate change will affect their future. don't rely on her yet nor can i smell. you present them at all it is not them give us this thing that you have been his has been a public service for you somebody like you i love it love it it was the best of the b.b.q. my. podcast on contributes less than one percent of the world's grain house gases yet it is one of the most vulnerable countries affected by climate change. with one of life's necessities. disappearing
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