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What did the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) conclude from its "Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region"?
During the period 1901 to 2018, India warmed by 0.7 degrees Celsius.
Heat waves are continuing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Long-term heat exposure is becoming dangerous to people's health.
All of these
Both (a) & (c)
Correct Option is Both (a) & (c)
Solution:Among the given options, both (a) & (c) are correct. While statement (b) is incorrect based on the information provided in the given passage. Hence, option (e) is the right answer choice. Refer to the fourth line of the first paragraph, “However, a recent report, “Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region” by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) reveals that India has warmed up 0.7° C during 1901-2018. Heatwaves continued to increase with no signs of diminishing greenhouse gas emissions despite lower activity since the novel coronavirus pandemic. Prolonged exposure to heat is becoming detrimental to public health, especially the poor unable to afford support for coping with the heat.”
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