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New Study A Almost Global reduction in humidity levels by the next century


New study reveals (Almost global) reduction in humidity levels
in urban areas where half of the world’s population live
and cover 3% of the land area
because of the climate change crisis
Lei Zhao, a scientist from the University of Illinois in the United States
says that his team presented many climate forecasts for urban areas
and explained that the significant reduction in humidity levels in various urban areas around the world
is a consequence of the climate change happening in the world
He also indicated that in the next century
most non-coastal cities would become drier
The study also revealed that green spaces
and the increase in agricultural area in urban areas
could help cities reduce the consequences of the climate crisis
because trees and plants help to lower the temperature
by throwing water into the atmosphere
So agriculture is the best way to fight against global warming

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