Choking air, melting glaciers changing India
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India’s landscapes are changing – from the melt in the Himalayas, to the increasingly arid farm belts in the middle and the stunning coasts where fishermen talk of rising, warmer seas eroding their shores. “Changes in sea level and temperature have affected our livelihood. Over the last decade, the amount of fish caught has reduced by 40 percent,” said Ayub Hajji whose family has been fishing off Gujarat’s coast for generations.
Choking air, melting glaciers changing India. (2015, November 18). The Manila Times, p. C4.
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Glaciers; Ice melting; Governments; Economics; Global warming; Climatic changes; Fishers; Coasts; Sea level; Sea level changes; Livelihoods; Developed countries; University of Kashmir; Modi, Narendra; Romshoo, Shakil Ahmad; Hajji, Ayub; Madan, Manu; Nipurte, Narayan; Dar, Haji Mohammad Rajab; Sakore, Shantaram
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