The Pakistani Prime Minister wants the UN to take action, saying that the floods show the effects of global climate change.

Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif stressed the damage caused by the floods in his country as a result of the climate crisis . Pakistan emits less than 1% of greenhouse gas emissions, according to PM Sharif .

In a passionate address to the United Nations General Assembly on Friday, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stressed the damage posed by the floods in his country as a result of the climate crisis and urged global leaders to act before it is too late.The lives of 33 million people in Pakistan have been changed forever, he said.Large swaths of the country are also underwater today.33 million people, including women and children, are at risk of health problems.

As per the Daily News, Pakistan's Prime Minister said that much more people are in danger because of the climate crisis that has engulfed one-third of Pakistan in a situation that no one has seen in recent memory.Our forests are burning.More heatwaves are approaching.We had a monster monsoon.

Pakistan emits less than 1% of greenhouse gas emissions, according to PM Sharif, who said that the country would be left alone after the cameras went to wars like Ukraine, where people were forced to evacuate their homes, faced with floodwaters, persistent food shortage, and exposure to uncertain futures.Some 11 million people will be pushed further below the poverty line, while others will return to cramped urban shelters, leaving little space for climate-smart reconstruction.Our actions do not contribute to this, he said.Pakistan's prime minister has stated that the world must join together to help ensure rapid economic growth and lift millions out of poverty and hunger.