Sir: I would like to bring to your notice that Pakistan, along with the rest of the world, is suffering through the inevitable impacts of Global Warming. Needless to remind you that the ozone layer is badly disturbed. The climate model is being badly shifting to the worst state possible because of an immense increase in Global Warming. Moreover, at this very moment, we are facing the highest temperature increase of about 5-8 percent with the risk of water shortages in the near future looming over the nation. According to researchers from universities including Utrecht, Western Washington and Austin, the hydrological cycle plays a huge role in warming up the temperature. The rivers are the major source of maintaining this cycle. It is my kindest request to you sir, to please take notice of this as soon as possible and work on the betterment of our atmosphere. Though global warming is becoming a major concern all over the world, it is pertinent for developing countries such as Pakistan to not only prepare for the drastic climate changes and ever increasing air pollution but to most importantly contribute towards eradication of this issue globally. NOOR AIMAN Lahore Published in Daily Times, September 9th 2018.