Climate Change threatens people with food and water scarcity, increased flooding, extreme heat, more disease, and economic loss. Human migration and conflict can be a result. The World Health Organization (WHO) calls climate change the greatest threat to global health in the 21st century. Pakistan is also in the top list of those countries who are extremely affected by the deadly consequences of climate change. There is a wide range of research conducted on the above-mentioned issue globally and nationally and SPRC also highlighted this issue and wants to introduce sustainable policy measures at national level to ensure the protection of people which are affected due to climate change.
In this context, SPRC highlights the importance of addressing social protection as a fundamental aspect of adaptation and resilience-building strategies. By advocating for sustainable policies at the national level, SPRC aims to strengthen social protection systems to protect the well-being of individuals affected by climate change. This includes ensuring access to basic needs such as food, water, and healthcare, as well as promoting income security and livelihood opportunities in the face of economic losses and disruptions caused by climate-related events.