Extreme heat paralyzes sugar industry and threatens global supply chain

las scorching hot converted into China In a furnace this summer, with a profound impact on the industrial powerhouse, which could be a foreshadowing of how other changes from the climate crisis will affect factories around the world. The Asian giant now faces a new threat that could be devastating to an economy already hit by the pandemic and put even more strain on supply chains: The worst heat wave in the last 60 years.

The rivers have dried up and hydroelectric power is being supplied with them. Trying to turn on the lights, Provincial governments have asked factories to close.

Heart-wrenching pictures show Chongqing’s river gorges, once full of tourists, are now empty and have reached the gorges. In the city, the water level fell and 600-year-old Buddhist statues were submerged.

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