Temperature rise .. These 2 cities in Tamil Nadu are in danger of sinking into the sea .. NASA shocking Warning!
New Delhi: Climate change is a major challenge for both developing and developing countries. Thus the average temperature rises too much and suffers the greatest damage.
Climate change is a major cause of rising sea levels, melting glaciers, tsunamis, storms, floods, and droughts. The temperature of this globe is constantly rising, especially due to climate change.
Humans are to be blamed
Humans are to be blamed for climate change. Factories from the Earth’s surface increase carbon dioxide and cause temperatures to rise. Similarly, deforestation by humans releases too much carbon and causes global warming. This means that the amount of carbon dioxide in the world is now 30% higher than it was before industrial growth.
Earth’s temperature will rise
It is a great shock to us that human beings are occupying this earth for their own selfish ends. That means the Earth’s temperature will rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius in the next 10 years. The IPCC has made it very clear in its report that humankind will be affected by the effects of global warming, including rising temperatures, rising sea levels and the rapid melting of glaciers.
Shock to India
It is worth noting that the shocking bombshell is that the sea level in Asian countries will rise faster than in the United States, Africa and Europe. Based on this IPCC report, it has issued a stern warning to India. I.e. NASA, the US space research center. It has warned that 12 coastal Indian cities are in danger of sinking by the year 2,100.
NASA indicates that 12 Indian cities are at risk of sinking to a depth of about 2.7 meters by 2100. At the height of the pain is the inclusion of our Tamil Nadu in this list of cities in the states of Gujarat, Orissa, Calcutta, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. NASA has said that the cities of Singara Chennai and Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu are in danger of sinking.
The sea level will rise to 1.87 feet in Chennai and 1.9 feet in Thoothukudi by 2100. Khandla, Okha and Bhavnagar in the state of Gujarat, Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, Goa, Mormugao, Mangalore in Karnataka, Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh,
NASA has warned that Paradip in Odisha, Kidirpoo in Kolkata and Kochi in Kerala will disappear by 2100.
Advice to the nations of the world
NASA has made it abundantly clear that mankind’s damage to the Earth’s environment is to blame for all of these future effects. NASA has advised the world that the problems related to climate change need to be addressed immediately. Steps regarding this have to be done as soon as possible because it’s the responsibility of all the nations to maintain the earth still a sustainable place for living.
The next generation of human civilization completely depends on the environmental health rather than colonizing other planets for human lifes.