Strengthening responses to climate variability in South Asia discussion paper: Pakistan

This case study looks at the dimensions of local resilience and the reasons for vulnerability and non-adaptation in two flood affected districts, Badin and Thatta, in Pakistan’s Sindh province in the southeast. The study aims to understand how fragility affects climate change adaptation and examines the consequences of climate change and climate-related interventions in these districts. It further seeks to identify obstacles to and opportunities for interventions to build resilience to interlinked environmental and security risks.