Warming in the Himalayas is pushing the Indian Subcontinent towards water insecurity

By Prof Anjal Prakash Sep 22, 2021

As per a recent national study, nearly a billion people who depend on the Indus, Ganga and Brahmaputra river basins for life and livelihood are threatened by the impact of global warming in the Himalaya-Karakoram Mountains. Sharing his views on the same, Anjal Prakash said, “The mountain communities and people living downstream are more prone to climate risks, and the incidence of such climate-related disasters has been increasing in the region in the past two decades.” Read the full story in Scroll.in.