Earth's 5 scary changes: Lands are sinking, glaciers melt, somewhere heat and cold havoc, know what is happening?

Posted on 21st Feb 2023 04:38 pm by rohit kumar

There is a shocking report regarding climate change. This report has been prepared by the Cross Dependency Initiative (XDI) looking at the year 2050. It covers 2,600 states and territories of the world. According to the report, man-made structures in nine states of India are most at risk from climate change. Apart from this, many claims have been made in the report.



What is it in this report? What has been said in the report regarding the states of India? What effect can it have on human life? What will happen next? What are world powers doing to meet these difficulties? Let's understand...



First, know what is there in the climate change report.

According to the Cross Dependency Initiative (XDI) report, nine of the world's 50 states most vulnerable to climate change are in India. These include Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, and Kerala. Also, there are 14 Indian states in the list of 100 cities. These include Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Haryana, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, and Uttarakhand.


The report attempts to forecast the damage caused by climate change and extreme weather events to human activities and the man-made environment, from homes to buildings. The ranking was done on this basis. Here there is an indication of increasing danger like a flood, forest fires, heat waves, and rising sea levels. The devastation caused by the recent floods in Pakistan has been cited as an example of this risk.


In this report, stating the need for governments to take immediate steps to stop carbon emissions, it has been said that measures like security for such floods will also have to be taken. The economic loss due to climate change has also been cited as a major threat of devastation.


China tops, America second

China is at the top of the most dangerous places in the same country. America is number two. Commenting on the report, Karl Mallon, head of science and development at XDI, said: “We have very strong signals from countries such as China, the US, and India, and we are talking about engines of the global economy where very broad structures are in place. '


How will climate change affect cities?

The analysts found that the areas at risk are both coastal and inland, and the infrastructure built there is at risk of destruction. The cities are included in the risk list in the report. There is a risk of extreme heat, wildfires, soil erosion, extreme winds, and extreme cold.


prevent the temperature from rising

The analysts looked at 2,600 regions and calculated how much would be lost by 2050 if average temperatures rose three degrees Celsius by the end of the century compared to 1990 levels. The UN Environment Committee IPCC has said that if the threat is to be stopped, the temperature should not increase more than 1.5 degree Celsius by the end of this century.


According to Carl Mallon, head of science and development at XDI, these threats may also affect future investments. He said, 'Those who are thinking of setting up factories or setting up supply chains in the states and provinces included in this list, they will think twice. Beijing, Buenos Aires, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Mumbai, Sao Paulo and Taiwan are on the list of the 100 most at-risk areas. Territories in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, and Italy are also part of the list. Germany's Lower Saxony province is the most at risk in Europe, while the Veneto province surrounding the city of Venice is at number four.


Five major natural changes that worried the whole world


1. Rapidly sinking land

Recently, the case of land subsidence has come to the fore in many countries of the world. Joshimath of Uttarakhand in India is the latest example of this. Land subsidence has come to the fore in many areas here. It is not that such changes have taken place only in the valley areas of India. Mountains are collapsing in this way in many countries including America, and Mexico.


More than 17,000 square miles in 45 states in the US have been directly affected by landslides. More than 80 percent of the land in America is sunken due to the exploitation of underground water. The increasing exploitation of land and water resources can increase this threat.


The foundation of the lower area of the Basilica in Mexico City is sinking. This phenomenon of subsidence is happening all over Mexico City. It has damaged colonial-era buildings. have blocked highways and disrupted water supplies and wastewater drainage. Some buildings have been deemed unsafe and have been closed.


2. Earth's temperature is increasing continuously

A frightening figure related to the weather has also come to the fore. It has been found that 2022 has been the sixth warmest year on Earth since 1880. If seen from the point of view of India, the year 2022 has been recorded as the fifth warmest year since 1901.


Last year saw 15 cyclonic events, including three cyclonic storms and 12 low-pressure areas over the North Indian Ocean, against a normal of 11.2 based on data for the years 1965-2021. Apart from these, unusual weather events like extremely heavy rainfall, floods, landslides, lightning, thunderstorms, and drought were also experienced in different parts of the country.


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