Scientists have warned about the unsuitability of South Asia for the person in the year 2100 due to climate change
Moscow. August 3. INTERFAX.RU — Temperature in some parts of South Asia by the year 2100 made unfit for human life level at the current rate of climate change, the study of American and Chinese scientists published in the scientific journal Science Advances.
Scientists found that because human-induced climate change three-quarters of the densely populated South Asia — India, Pakistan and Bangladesh will be in a life-threatening climatic conditions. With 4% of the region’s population will live in conditions of heat and humidity in which a person cannot live without special equipment.
Time magazine, in turn, quoted experts, who believe that dangerously high temperatures would hit the agricultural sector in the region, which will lead to lower economic performance. In addition, the temperature rise can damage infrastructure.
“We have created a whole infrastructure based on certain temperatures. If temperatures rise, we will not have the material capabilities needed to deal with this,” Time words of Syracuse University Professor Matthew Huber.