India may face long heat waves, heavy flooding, low agro and fish yield in 15-20 yrs if emissions not controlled: Study ahead of G20 meet

By Prof Anjal Prakash Oct 28, 2021

Anjal Prakash shares his views on a story that quotes a research study report by CMCC (the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change) ahead of the 16th G20 summit that shows the adverse effect of emissions in coming years in India. He says, "India will have to focus on building and maintaining climate resilient infrastructure. All new infra will have to go through a climate scanner. Also, the old projects will have to be reevaluated from the climate lens." Read the story in Times of India .