"We Are In Living In A Frying Pan": Climate Scientist

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  • Published On: April 30, 2024
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A landmark study on the impact of climate change identified the Indian Ocean and surrounding countries as a region with the highest risk of natural hazards, more intense extreme cyclones, more intense rainfall, and the devastation of corals, marine life, and fisheries may soon be upon us. Report's author Dr Roxy Mathew Koll said we are living in a frying pan.

 

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