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The world's largest climate clock will be displayed at Delhi's Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium today

Pankaj Prasad
Earth Day 2023
Earth Day 2023

This clock will tell the time remaining to increase the average temperature of the world by one and a half degree.

The world's largest climate clock will sensitize the people of the country on Saturday to deal with the dangers of climate change. This clock will tell the time remaining to increase the average temperature of the world by one and a half degrees. It will be displayed at the event to be held at Delhi's Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium.

Will warn people about environment and climate change at mohallas, intersections. This clock will tell how much time is left for the world's average temperature to reach the 1.5 degree warming mark. Under this initiative, Atal Innovation Mission and Energy Swaraj Foundation are working together to spread awareness about the environment. Other organizations related to environmental protection will also be involved in this. How much time is left to reach the warming mark. Under this initiative, Atal Innovation Mission and Energy Swaraj Foundation are working together to spread awareness about the environment. Other organizations related to environmental protection will also be involved in this. How much time is left to reach the warming mark. Under this initiative, Atal Innovation Mission and Energy Swaraj Foundation are working together to spread awareness about the environment. Other organizations related to environmental protection will also be involved in this.

Global warming is a big threat to the world

Because, if the temperature rises, the risks to health, livelihood, food security, water supply, human security and economic development will increase before the whole world. This will affect the yield of the crop as well as reduce the quality of nutrition.