India is at a crossroads in its development path. With its fast-growing economy, rapid urbanization, and employment growth, energy demands are skyrocketing. Efforts to increase energy access and provide electricity to rural communities while alleviating poverty are also gaining momentum. Clean energy and energy-efficiency solutions are more critical than ever before.
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- Heatwaves in South Asia persisted until the beginning of summer 2016, breaking a record of 51 degrees Celsius in Rajasthan in May 2016. More than 1,000 people died of hyperthermia or dehydration. In total, 18,000 fatalities were reported, especially in south-east India.
- The persisting drought and heat waves affected more than 330 million people, and were followed by an extreme monsoon season from June to October in eastern, western and central India. At least 300 people died due to the heavy rainfalls and landslides, while millions more were affected by deluged crops, destroyed roads or disrupted electricity and phone lines, Created a disturbance in him and said "We as youth have discuss the issues and fatality on social media and created campaigns and then rest with our own routine life" but till what time can we be ignorant for society which has given us everything and with this thought re-emergence of UHWS was evident.
The society started working and went to all renownwed institutions like NPL,NEERI, JNU, ASSOCHAM, FICCI, CSIR, adjoined hands and got blessings of great scholars like JUSTICE V M TARKUNDE, Sh. S.S BOPARAI, Prof V.S Ramamurthy, Prof R A MASHELKAR, Dr Manager Pandey. They all came on one platform in 1998 and organized International Conference on Environmental Pollution.