According to the Centre for Science and Environment, who based their claim on an analysis of data from the India Meteorological Department and the disaster management division of the Union home ministry, India has experienced a localised climate disaster almost every day in the first nine months of 2022.
According to the data, the nation suffered extreme weather events on 241 of 273 days leading up to October 1 that resulted in 2,755 fatalities, 1.8 million hectares of cropland impacted, 416,667 dwelling destructions, and 69,007 cattle deaths.
According to a research prepared before of the United Nations climate summit, which will begin on November 6 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, India is experiencing significant losses and damages as a result of the climate catastrophe.
With extreme weather events occurring on 198 of 273 days, Central India suffered the greatest losses, with 887 people losing their lives, 136,780 acres of cropland being harmed, 28,032 homes being damaged, and 7,519 animals being killed. On 195 of 273 days, the northwest region saw harsh weather, which resulted in 735 fatalities, damage to 393,726 acres of cropland, damage to 5,122 homes, and 1,707 animal deaths.