Thu. Nov 17th, 2022

The other Indian cities that the IPCC report warned of are Bhavnagar (2.70 feet), Mormugao (2.06 feet), Okha 1.96 (feet), Paradip (1.93 feet), Tuticorin (1.9 feet), Kandla (1.87 feet), Mangalore (1.87 feet), Khidirpur (0.49 feet).
If the corrective steps to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide, and reduce them rapidly are not taken shortly, then the country will witness more drastic effects of climate change.
This is to be noted that India is one of the most vulnerable countries for climate change and it will witness extreme environmental conditions of heavy rainfall, drought, increased heat waves if it does not manage its GHG emission.
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