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Nepal in crisis
International Journal of Health Sciences
The emission of greenhouse gas blankets the earth trapping the sun's heat waves. This leads to a rise in temperature with scientists and ecologists term it as climate change. The world is now warming faster than at any point in recorded history. This affects the agriculture, forestry, human health biodiversity, and the snow-covered mountains. Changes in climatic factors such as rise in temperature, uneven precipitation patterns, solar radiations have a great influence on crops which on thedoi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns4.9552 fatcat:gcj3zqf4mrdvndiinhfxe3uvda