Link between unseasonal rains, disasters & climate change: Is India playing ostrich?

Economic Times: Soon after the 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal in end-April , geologists based in Europe asserted that the tragedy was caused by climate change. These experts were of the opinion that the pressure that falls upon the underlying tectonic plates on account of excess rainfall and its ebb and flow in the river deltas of India and Bangladesh could have triggered the earthquake in the neighbouring country or at the least hastened its occurrence. Speaking to Newsweek, University College London's......

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