Published On: Sun, Jul 7th, 2019

Global Warming / India Will Loose 3.4 Million Jobs By 2030,Global Losses of Rs 16,450 Crore : report

New Delhi :  According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), a UN organization, due to global warming, India will reduce the working hours by up to 5.8% by 2030. This is equivalent to losing 3.4 million jobs. Its impact will be on agriculture and construction sector.

Every Year Up To 2% Of Work Will Decrease

1- Recently ILO released a report about this. According to this, due to global warming, the entire planet will become warm and it will have an impact on work. It has been stated in the report that by 2030, every two or two percent of the work will reduce the working hours every year.

2- According to the report, by the end of the 21st century the global temperature will rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. It will also affect the working hours. By 2030, 2.2% of working hours in the world will be reduced. This will be equivalent to eight crore full time jobs. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also expressed concern over this.

India will be losing 3.4 crore employment by 2030 because of global warming, the International Labor Organization said.-india24x7news

India will be losing 3.4 crore employment by 2030 because of global warming, the International Labor Organization said.-india24x7news

Biggest Impact On South Asia

3- This will have a loss of $ 2400 billion (about Rs 16,450 crore) by 2030. If the height of the heat does not increase, then this figure may increase. At least 2% of jobs will be reduced in nearly two-thirds of South Asia.

4- According to the report, it will have the most effect in India. In 1995, there was a decrease of 4.3% of working hours and by 5% this would decrease by 5% by 2030. Due to global warming, many countries will also have impact on GDP.

5-The GDP of Thailand, Cambodia, Pakistan and India will be reduced by about 5%. About 94 million people worldwide work in agriculture. This will be a major loss to the farmers. Due to summer, farmers will work less by up to 60% throughout the world.

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