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  • rampant construction rock blasting climate change.

  • Sunday's flash flood in New Tarakan state was nature's payback, Indian environmentalists believe for dam building and other practices that have disturbed the fragile makeup of the Himalayas.

  • Dozens of people were killed when an avalanche tour through this river valley, and as of Thursday, some 170 remain unaccounted for, most of them workers at a hydro electric plant.

  • Onda Smaller Damn that was swept away by the torrent.

  • This is Sam Rights and Gupta of the Center for Science and Environment in New Delhi.

  • This has happened due to unjust interference off he mankind with nature.

  • This has happened in two ways.

  • One climate change that is also man made climate change on another, this high density off infrastructure development without done any pure scientific modeling and study.

  • So nature is giving back when dancing is a resident of rainy village, part of which was washed away in the deluge.

  • In 2019, Sing filed a public interest case, arguing the hydropower project posed a risk to locals.

  • He saw this coming village was under threat, landslides were occurring, thing company was blasting and their laborers were cutting down trees company didn't provide employment to the Villagers either.

  • Environmentalists have long warned that climate change is triggering massive flooding in the region.

  • In June 2013, record monsoon rains in utero can unleash devastating floods dubbed the Himalayan tsunami, Nearly 60 people lost their lives.

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India’s flood is nature's payback, experts say

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/13
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