Rising temperature adversely affects Indian living standard: Report

A report published by a renowned media outlet says that the serious environmental issue of rising temperature is likely to affect the living standard of not less than six hundred million Indians adversely by the year 2050.

Meanwhile, a recent study has discovered that even if all measures prescribed in the Paris Climate Accord are implemented, the average annual temperature of the country is expected to increase by at least 1 degree Celsius to 2 degree Celsius by the year 2050. The same study has also warned that if the measures mentioned in the accord are not executed properly, the average annual temperature of the country may rise by a dangerous rate of 3 degree Celsius by the year 2050.

Anyway, the report published by the media outlet is the first such report which has been released in the recent past connecting the issue of rising temperature and the problem of standard of living.

In the report, it is suggested that the government authorities should take serious initiatives to formulate an effective policy to evade the possible reduction in the standard of living of Indians.

How can the common public of our country contribute to resolve the issue of rising temperature?


Vignesh. S. G

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