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2 May 2022 Heatwave: Crop losses to be large; wheat and ... The Financial Express
30 April 2022 OIL signs MoU for Carbon sequestration and re... Press Information Bureau
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Researchers conduct study to reduce tropical cyclone impacts
ANI, 3 October 2021

A new study by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research found that increasing global warming from currently one to two degrees Celsius by mid-century might lead to about 25 per cent more people being put at risk by tropical cyclones. Currently, hurricanes and typhoons are among the most destructive natural disasters worldwide and potentially threaten about 150 million people each year. Adding to climate change, population growth further drives tropical cyclone exposure, especially in coastal areas of East African countries and the United States.   Read full story...

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