New Delhi: The number of hot days around the world is constantly increasing. According to a report, climate change has doubled the number of days of scorching heat in a year (above 50 degrees Celsius) in a year, compared to the number of days of scorching heat in a year. Between 1980 and 2009, the temperature crossed the 14-day mark on an average of 50 degrees Celsius per year, but between 2010 and 2019, according to the report, the number increased by 26 days.
At the same time, temperatures of 45 degrees Celsius have also seen a sharp jump during the same period, an average of two weeks extra per year. Tell you that the 50 degrees Celsius mark is normal in the West Asia region, especially during the long summer. But climate scientists noticed when this summer's havoc was observed in countries like Canada and Italy. Here too the temperature began to be recorded at 50 degrees Celsius.
The record heat temperature in Italy touched 48.8 degrees Celsius and in Canada, the temperature reached 49.6 degrees Celsius. Climate experts fear that unless fossil fuel emission is restricted, the dangerous 50 degree Celsius mark may soon be recorded in more parts of the world. If the temperature continues to rise, the entire human race will have to face unprecedented challenges.