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India is getting Hotter by City-Tech Blogger Mariano Huaman

Extreme temperatures across different cities in India are going to 100°F in the last days. This climate change phenomenon is a threat to the health of India’s population because heat waves are expected to become more common and intense.

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According to some studies, the climate change in India is caused by greenhouses gasses.  The population is taking action plans because in the last years the heat waves were associated with a large number of deaths in the country. In the United States, some forecaster has said that there is a 50% chance that the country will be affected by climate cycle impacts.

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