How serious a challenge climate change is, can be gauged from the fact that every year in India, about 7.40 lakh people die due to unusually cold or hot temperatures. This has been said in a study by the famous medical journal Lancent.
An international team led by researchers from Australia’s Monash University found that abnormal temperatures are causing more than 5 million deaths worldwide. Its seriousness can also be gauged from the fact that this figure of deaths corona virus More than the total deaths due to the pandemic worldwide.
The study report published on Wednesday said that deaths due to warmer temperatures increased in all regions between 2000 and 2019, which shows that the death toll from global warming due to climate change will increase further in the future.
In India, 6,55,400 deaths occur annually due to unusually cold temperatures, while the number of deaths related to hot temperatures is about 83,700. The team studied mortality and temperature between 2000 and 2019, a period in which global temperatures increased by 0.26 degrees Celsius per decade.