India could face severe droughts and floods in different part of the country due to the increasing global warming in the region. The droughts and floods would further result in poor agriculture production and the forests and coastal areas would become vulnerable.
According to the minister of State for Environment and Forests Namo Narain Meena, the present projected climate changing conditions are giving indications that India would experience the variable trend of both rainfall and temperature in coming years.
Meena said that the primary analytical report revealing that the increasing trends of climate change may have adverse effects on India’s ecological condition. It would result in sternness of droughts and more intensity of floods in different parts of the country.
Further, some experts have also revealed that the Indian subcontinent is going to be one of the worst affected regions of global warming in the world. The climate change would result in more frequent and severe natural calamities that would further be responsible for eruption of severe diseases in the country.
India accounts for around three percent of total global greenhouse gas emissions in the world and it is also being rated among world’s top polluters such as the United States, China, Russia and Japan.
Meena, further, said that the government of India has already made laws and policies for the conservation of rivers, and to enhance forestation and promotion of renewable energy but there is a need to implement the laws and policies at ground level to restrict the global warming in the region.