This time many whimsical weather changes, scientists predict
By Amila Khan
There is a massive difference in the balance of climate change. This summer and monsoon season is expected to be more terrible.
Such a prediction came from a recent study. In Bangladesh and all over the world, the summer and monsoon seasons may be different and intense this time than other times. It will affect the lives and livelihoods of at least one-fifth of the world’s population.
Researchers fear that this will have a huge impact on agriculture, food production and the economy.
Scientists have given such a signal in a recent study. This forecast base on at least thirty climate-related models in the world.
According to a Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research (PIK) report, summer temperatures are expected to rise sharply and increase rainfall by about 5 percent per degree centigrade.
Based on scientists’ research, it claimed that the monsoon season of Bangladesh is going to be whimsical due to climate change. It is not clear when, where, how much rain will fall. The whole world, including this continent, faces so much uncertainty about this first rain in the 21st century.
There is also considerable skepticism about how unfavorable the rains will be in the production of paddy and other food grains. The report, published in the journal Earth Systems Dynamics, highlights these uncertainties.
In agriculture and the monsoon season this year, grain production and the economy, and the people’s lives could disrupt due to the notion of rainfall.
This time, the situation will become so unfamiliar that it will not be convenient to adapt to it. Somewhere flood and slope, somewhere again drizzle or drought. Such inequalities are small every year but not so severe.
However, this year the situation is going to be more complicated. The report points out that climate change is being felt in many parts of the world.
Source: Songbad Protidin