Several parts of the world are currently experiencing a record-breaking heat wave, with temperatures soaring well above average for this time of year. In India, the city of Delhi saw temperatures reach a scorching 48 degrees Celsius (118.4 degrees Fahrenheit), while in the western United States, many areas are also experiencing extreme heat and drought conditions.
Experts say that these heat waves are a clear sign of the urgent need for
action on climate change. Rising global temperatures are causing more frequent
and severe weather events, such as heat waves, droughts, and wildfires, which
are having devastating impacts on both people and the environment.
In response to the current heat wave, many governments and organizations are
calling for greater efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and transition
to renewable energy sources. They argue that we must take bold action now to
prevent even more catastrophic impacts of climate change in the future.