Asian Faces the Future Worrying Due To Climate Change
Bogor, August 4, 2017
Asia are predicted to face serious problems in the future due to climate change. This was revealed based on a report of the latest scientific research results released by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Friday (14/07) at the ADB headquarters in Manila. The report said that a bad picture will be experienced by Asia, a continent occupied by about 4 billion people.
In on the report, the ADB said that Asia will experience extreme heat, rising sea levels, swelling losses from bad weather, and heightened food insecurity over the next few decades. That fact are happen because climate change has increased air temperatures and changed weather patterns in various regions of the world.
The report forecast summer temperatures in Asia could rise by about 6 degrees Celsius by 2100 if current warming trends are not slowed. India experienced heat wave attacks in 2015 and 2016 when temperatures reached around 50 degrees Celsius.
Source: voaindonesia.com (140717)