Temperatures on course to be a death sentence in South Asia by 2100

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Heat waves in South Asia, home to one-fifth of the world’s population could become impossible to survive without protection by the end of the century.

A new report into rising temperatures has revealed that if global warming continues on its current course, these deadly, humid heat waves could begin in just a few decades in densely populated agricultural regions in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

 

 

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