• India and Nepal suffer dangerous wildfires and air pollution after heatwaves

    After extreme heatwave, with temperatures in parts of India up to +45,9°C /https://mkweather.com/imd-warned-before-deadly-heatwaves-from-april-to-june-bhubaneswar-already-446c-delhi-401c// and Pakistan up to +45,5°C /https://mkweather.com/pakistan-455c-march-records-were-broken-almost-in-all-asia//, devastating wildfires have appeared across subcontinent of Southern Asia. In the fire were many parts of northern India and Himalayas, including Nepal. In Nepal, air pollution reached hazardous levels with highly ...