A Substantial Study on History of Climate Change in South Asia for Sustainable Development
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Due to climate change effects, South Asia is identified to be a dangerous area in the world and utmost susceptible region due to the high rate of shortage of food security and high rates of population growth. In South Asia, there is a growing development in the strength and occurrence of risky climate actions from last few years. Himalayan Hilltops and fertile areas of South Asia in which the latest modelling testing explained that the warming up would be insignificant. It is predicted that climate change effects will differ across the sites, populations, and regions in South Asia. In humid parts of South Asia, temperature rise will be negative effects; indirect effects are related due to water accessibility, soil moisture gradation, pest, and others occurrence that may be identified. In this article, influence of climate change is defined in dissimilar portions of South Asia. In the bordering areas, sustainable development planning is dire need to handle climate change effects.
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