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What is your name?
Ramzan Chandio
What organisation do you work for?
Newspaper, The Nation
What country are you based in?
based in Pakistan, Karachi
Please summarise your areas of climate-change expertise (in terms of subjects and geographical areas)
I have been writing on environmental issues especially climate change, which impacting on the lives of the people in Pakistan especially farmers, coastal communities, where crop patter has been changed, underground sweet water vanishing as well as sea intrusion increasing.
What is your telephone number?
Do you have a Skype account?
not yet
Which languages can you give interviews in?
in English an universal language, besides Urdu, which is national language of Pakistan. Moreover, Sindhi speaking is my mother tongue, as Sindh centuries old civilization which started with Indus River. i an speak and write in Serieki language, another language, which people in Punjab and Sindh speaks frequently.
What is your website address?
Please use this section to introduce yourself in more detail so the administrator can decide whether to approve your membership
In my writing stories i always used my name as Ramzan Chandio. I am print journalist based in Karachi, capital of Sindh province of Pakistan. i actually hail from Digri, Mripurkhas of Sindh province.
My area of writing is environmental\climate change especially Wash issues as people don't have access to clean drinking water, sanitation facilities in rural areas. besides, i have been writing on issues of sea intrusion due to climate change, which degrading agricultural lands into salines land, while fish production depleting.

Muhammad Ramzan Chandio's Blog

Industrial discharge playing havoc with lives, ecosystem

By: Ramzan Chandio

November 21, 2012

KARACHI-The chemical and poisonous industrial waste discharged by sugar mills in Badin district is becoming a serious health hazard for the residents of 350 villages who are suffering from various skin and other diseases.

The poisonous waste is also ‘killing’ the ecosystem of the freshwater lake.During a visit to the villages located alongside the drainage nullah, locally known as Amir Shah Drain, which carry the industrial waste of the sugar… Continue

Posted on November 21, 2012 at 12:10 — 2 Comments

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