The threat of the Himalayas, the black carbon in the Himalayas continues to increase

The threat of the Himalayas, the black carbon in the Himalayas continues to increase

The three-day international workshop organized by Arya Bhatt Institute of Science and Research (Uday) and Hembati Nandan Bahuguna University Garhwal in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India continued for

The three-day international workshop organized by Arya Bhatt Institute of Science and Research (Uday) and Hembati Nandan Bahuguna University Garhwal in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India continued for the second day on Tuesday.

The keynote speaker at the event was Prof. Dr. Senior Scient ist of Greece. Nikos said the growing black carbon in the Himalayan region is deadly for the foreseeable future. This is why uninterrupted glaciers continue to melt.

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Aries director Professor. Dipankar Bandyopadhyay and the organizers are Dr. UC Dumka and Hembati Nandan Bahuguna University Professor Dr. RC Ramola welcomed the organizers. The keynote speaker was a senior scientist from Greece. Nikos said that the continuous increase in black carbon in the Himalayan region is not good for the future.

He says air pollution needs to be reduced to control it. The main reason is that most of the glaciers in the Himalayas are melting. Preserving the Himalayas is important for the atmospheric cycle.

Dr. Narendra Singh, Dr. Manish Naja, Dr. Brijesh Kumar and other senior atmospheric scientists of Ariz. Scientists and experts from eight different countries are taking part in the program.

Need to create a clear policy about the results

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Dr. Ritesh Gautam and Dr. Vijay Kumar from the United States spoke on climate change in the Himalayas. He said that a clear policy needs to be formulated about the results that come after research on constantly changing weather cycles. Prof. Dr. Subha Verma from HC Ninewall, IIT Kharakpur from Garhwal University and Dr. Jesse Kunial from Almora gave their views on the program.

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