In South Asia, Climate Change Worries Take On Fresh Urgency


FATEHGARH-SAHIB, India — When the unseasonably heavy rains flooded the fields, and then the equally unseasonable heat shriveled the seeds, it didn’t just slash Ranjit Singh’s wheat harvest by nearly half.

It put him, and nearly all the other households in his village in northern India, that much further from financial stability in a country where a majority of people scratch out a living on farms. Like many Indians, Mr. Singh is saddled with enormous debt and wondering how he will repay…



Read the Full Article Here nytimes

Share:

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Bosnia on the Brink – The New York Times

Harry Styles fan on life support after falling 35ft off concert balcony as it’s ‘miracle’ he’s alive