2002 : India In A “Permanent Drought”

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2 Responses to 2002 : India In A “Permanent Drought”

  1. latitude says:

    September 21, 2010, 7:34 PM IST
    India Floods Leave Two Million Homeless, Destroy Crops

    At least two million people in northern India have been left homeless as the Ganges and other rivers, swollen by heavy monsoon rains, broke embankments and submerged villages, fields and religious sites. State officials said 500,000 hectares of agriculture land in top cane growing state Uttar Pradesh were flooded and the heavy rains could affect cotton output from Punjab and Haryana.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2010/09/21/india-this-evening-india-floods-leave-two-million-homeless-destroy-crops/

    ….and the beat goes on

  2. Mike Davis says:

    If a group took an unbiased look at natural climate they might come up with a plan to better adapt to know weather extremes instead of running around crying the Sky Is Falling! Maybe they could call them Climate Scientists!

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