# GLOBAL WARMING
Heat records shattered globally as Earth warms faster: Reports
July 3, 2023 was declared as the hottest day globally ever recorded, while June 2023 became the hottest month across the planet, with abnormally high temperatures recorded on both land and sea.
Over 600 mn people in India would be exposed to dangerous heat at 2.7°C global warming: Study
Assuming a future population of 9.5 billion people, India would have the greatest population, more than 600 million, exposed at 2.7°C global warming. At 1.5°C, this figure would be far lower, at about 90 million.
Climate change made Asia humid heatwave at least 30 times more likely: WWA Study
Climate change has made humid heatwaves over India and Bangladesh 30 times more likely in mid-April 2023, according to the latest study released by the World Weather Attribution (WWA). Meanwhile, humid heatwave spells over Thailand and Lao People's Democratic Republic during the same period, would have been ‘virtually impossible’ without human-induced climate change.
Act Now Or It Is Too Late: IPCC Synthesis Report Gives Final warning on Climate Crisis
The report said exceeding 1.5°C warming limit would lead to irreversible impacts for glaciers, extreme heat stress in tropics, which will impact those who have been least responsible for global warming.
Hottest February shatters record, India gears up for intense heatwaves ahead
India witnessed the hottest February since 1901, with average maximum temperature peaking at 29.54°C. March to follow similar trend, with mercury to continue settle above normal.
Climate Change: Heat builds up across Northwest India, major threat to wheat crop
Absence of Western Disturbances have paved way for the early warming, indicating a repeat of what we experienced in 2022 across large parts of the country. With this, India is once again likely to miss the spring season.
India’s solar, wind energy production to dip due to climate change: Study
In the solar potential regional analysis, future projections predict a shift in the frequency of solar radiation in the negative direction, implying that solar energy production will decrease in the immediate future.
Climate impact: 48 million Indians at risk of zinc deficiency by 2050
138 million people are globally expected to be affected by zinc deficiency by 2030, most of them to be likely from African and South Asian countries, with nearly 48 million residing in India alone.
Extreme events to be new normal in the Indian Subcontinent
Meteorologists are citing concerns over changes in the track of Monsoon weather systems across the country. The trend has become more and more visible in the last 4-5 years, with the 2022 season being the latest one. In fact, recent Pakistan floods have also been attributed to this change.