India to experience ‘above normal temperature’ this summer: IMD
Reminding the need of a proper policy to reduce greenhouse gases in our atmosphere, the Indian Meteorological Department forecasts that the country is going to experience ‘above normal temperature’ in this summer. The harmful gases emitted by the industries, automobiles, and much more act as a catalyst to the temperature. It never allows the temperature escape the atmosphere and thus gives a greenhouse effect. Thus, the temperature of our earth increases uncontrollably. Carbon di oxide, methane, ozone, nitrous oxide, and water vapour are the primary greenhouse gases. Most of them can be reduced if the people make a persistent and sincere effort to do so. In the latest report released by the IMD, it also warns that the popular hill stations will also experience ‘above normal temperature’ in this year. Himachal Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir and Uttarakhand are the popular hill stations the elite Indians choose to escape the scorching summer. Last year’s summer was the second warmest summer since the year 1901. It experienced a temperature of over 1.36 per cent above the normal temperature or the historical average. It is said that just like the last year, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Telangana, and West Bengal will taste the bitterness of hotness. It is the high time to implement a feasible national as well as a global policy in order to help bring down the global temperature by reducing the emission of the greenhouse gases. We have had participated in many climate summits in the recent past and have had articulated several policies to achieve that. But, we have not yet started implementing it properly, says expert.
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