Due to climate change, the risk of severe weather doubles

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A meteorological study has said that the risk of severe weather around the world will be double compared to the prevalence of environmental disorder, which causes heavy drying in various parts of the world and a series of heavy rain starts. Will be
There will be mostly dry drought in the United States, whereas floods in the Western Pacific region will be more common.
This research provides another testimony that environmental change is causing severe seasons.
According to the recent data, the seasonal episode in the Pacific region, ‘La Nina’ will be around twice a year instead of once in 23 years due to the environmental failure.
Due to this, the weather will be intensified and every year will be different from the second year.
Dr. Vaja Kai, the main researcher of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Institute, said that due to this, ‘destructive weather conditions will be created which will have a deep social and economic impact.’
He said that ‘El Nino and La Nina will cause severe weather and this type of season will become more common.’
El Nino and La Nina are complex seasonal patterns that occur due to temperature temperatures in colonial archeology, and their effects are set around the world.
‘La Nina’ is sometimes a cold phase of this natural phenomenon when ‘al nanos’ is called hot phase.
British scientist Meteorologist Matt Collins says scientists are now better aware that Alina and La Nina are associated with environmental disorder.
“The research conducted earlier showed that the events of El Nano will be doubled, and now the new research shows that the stage of cold phase La Nina has also doubled.”
It is not possible to have an individual climate change attributed to environmental change. However, regarding the change in climate, the Intervention Panel has shown that after the 1950s, more hot days and heat waves have been seen in the world.

The organization thinks more seasonal intensity will be seen by the end of the 21st century.


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