Net Kashmir temperature to go up 2 degrees by 2030: Report
In a worrying scenario, the net temperature in Kashmir is likely to go up by two degree Celsius by 2030, an official report has revealed, with experts apprehending that the variation in climatic conditions will have “catastrophic effect in the region.”
The Jammu and Kashmir State Action Plan on Climate Change—prepared by the Climate Change Cell of the State government—states that Kashmir is “heading for peculiar climatic scenario with net temperature going up, while the winter months will witness dip in temperature by around 2.6 degree Celsius.”
The Cell mentions the annual temperature is projected to increase from 0.9 +/- 0.6 degree Celsius to 2.6 +/- 0.7degree Celsius by 2030.
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