New study suggests that South Asia Will Be Unlivable By The Year 2100

A new study from M.I.T suggests that many parts of South Asia will be completely unlivable by the year 2100.

Source: Science Advances

Due to rising global temperatures, several countries, including India, Pakistan and Bangladesh could become unable to grow crops.

Many Areas of India may completely dry up. Source: Naveen Roy

The temperature is expected to rise so much that the human body would be unable to cool itself down, causing a huge number of deaths.

Source: Shehzaad Maroof

According to their calculations, the region’s population may shrink to just 4% of what it is currently as a result of this massive heat spike.

Source: Pordeshia

Source: Science Advances