Bangladesh has shifted the natural seasons, which can lead to starvation

In Bangladesh, a shift of seasons, causing drastically reduced crop yields, and especially rice.

Winter is traditionally lasted 2.5 months, now continued for almost four, and the duration of the summer has increased by almost a factor of 2 and is now 5 months, writes newworld.blox.ua

"The stability of climate, which we once knew is now gone forever," said Bangladeshis.

Unprecedented temperature variations and random effects of the sun, the changing conditions of life in many parts of the world, become intolerable. Each country will increasingly be under some pressure from the curse of nature, and growing periods, necessary for the maturation of crops are disappearing one by one.

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