Temperature rise in India, the extent of heat rise over the next decade | Electric vehicles catching fire

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Electric vehicles caught fire due to the engine being under extreme heat climate conditions. As the electric vehicles are being manufactured via Lithium Ion batteries imported from china, and on a discussion regarding this issue of “Do electric vehicles catch fire due to the extreme hot climate”, Ravi Bhatia, President, Jato Dynamics replied added “As a result of lithium reacts with water to create a flammable gasoline, pouring water on a lithium fireplace is commonly counterproductive and really, very harmful,”. 

He also stated that, “Within the occasion of a leaking lithium-ion battery, publicity to air or moisture may even produce hydrofluoric acid, which is extremely poisonous and may severely irritate the eyes and lungs.”

A Woman in Odisha making chapatis on the Car Bonnet, burning hot surfaces due to the sun’s heat.

What will happen to India in the next decade and with our next generations?

Research Statistics from 1901 to 2020 show that the mean annual temperature of 24.83 °C was increased by 0.62°C/100 years. A considerable increase in maximum temperature (0.99°C/100 years) was found. According to the sources, by 2080-2099, temperatures in India are expected to rise by nearly to an additional 4°C.

This rise in temperature might lead to an increase in the severity of awful and extreme weather events, such as heatwaves, prolonged dry spells, and heavy rainfall.

 What do you think would be the best step to minimise climate change?

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