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Feb 22, 2019
West Bengal's climate change conundrum Part V: Erratic seasons exacerbating physiological, psychosomatic problems in human beingsDr Dhires Kumar Chowdhury describes the severe — some chronic —impacts in the wake of Cyclone Aila in 2009 and the increasing physiological and psychosomatic problems resulting from erratic changes in seasons
Feb 21, 2019
West Bengal's climate change conundrum Part IV: How intensifying cyclones threaten Sundarbans' way of lifeThose dealing with the aftermath of Cyclone Aila spoke of flooded and destroyed homes, lack of potable water for up to a week and the painful attempts to salvage or rebuild
Feb 20, 2019
West Bengal's climate change conundrum Part III: Extraordinarily rapid sea-level rise in Sundarbans turns families into refugeesSatellites have found the sea advancing by a staggering 200 metres (650 feet)/year in parts of the Sundarbans, and a total of 170 square kilometres (the size of Kolkata city) has surrendered to the sea in the 37 years between 1973 and 2010 alone.
Feb 19, 2019
West Bengal's climate change conundrum Part II: Changing rainfall patterns have left Kolkata vulnerable to flooding; here's whyOne of the reasons for Kolkata’s increasingly vulnerability to flooding is the rapid decline in the east Kolkata wetlands, the natural drainage system of the city.
Feb 18, 2019
West Bengal's climate change conundrum: Why Kolkata is more heat-stressed than other megacitiesRising temperatures are a fact of life in Kolkata and are, it would appear, in line with global climate change.
Jan 11, 2018
Effects of climate change: If global warming continues, summers in India could last for 8 months by 2070, say researchersThe nature of such heat waves has since changed because of rapidly growing greenhouse gas emissions, exacerbating climate change.