Pakistan floods: 'Extreme weather events are significantly more likely'

More than 1,300 people dead, massive food shortages, 3.6 million acres of land destroyed and more than 660,000 people living in relief camps and makeshift homes. These are the latest estimates from Pakistan after the floods that have left the impoverished country's agriculture belt underwater. The authorities are now scaling up efforts to deliver food, tents and other items. We spoke to David Ryfisch, team leader on international climate policy at the NGO Germanwatch. He told us that extreme weather events are "significantly more likely" due to climate change.