New Delhi: The issue of climate change is in full swing these days. This issue is making headlines these days. There have been some consequences of this in the past. Its effect is now going to be seen on cricket too. In times to come, players will be seen wearing shorts on the field. This may be due to climate change. The Hit for Six report says that the World Cricket Committee has been informed to pay attention to all the points.
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According to the Hit for Six reports, players' helmets, gloves and pads should be made cool as well as hydration breakdowns. Hot air, drought and storms are already affecting the game. After this, now climate change can become an obstacle in the game. The players, umpires and all the support staff face problems due to the heat and humidity emanating from the pitch and the field.
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In the favourite game of more than two billion people, we are seeing that climate change can bother players from India to Caribbean Earth and also to England. In India and Australia, it is hotter than in the UK. At the same time, increasing sea levels in Sri Lanka, South Africa and West Indies may face more problems. This changes to heat and humidity.
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