« Burning of fossil fuels and wood fires is causing the Indian monsoon disturbance, but not in the way most people think, show Princeton researchers.
Droughts hurt agriculture in the northeast and people in the south and west suffer from floodings. Often this is blamed to climate change – and although climatic chance is what is in fact happening – under question is a local phenomenon, which has little* connection to the rise in average temperatures that is caused by greenhouse gas emissions. »