China's behaviour toward climate crisis threatens Tibet with water scarcity

  • 04.09.2022
  • India Today

The climate crisis in Tibet has gotten worse over time. China's illegal takeover of Tibetan land has forced the nation to lose its essence and face degradation in various areas, as per a report.

The livelihoods of people in Tibet are mostly dependent on farming. Since China's occupation of the land, severe climate changes have made the Tibetan region vulnerable. China has used Tibet, its people and it

Tibet is known as the "roof of the world" and is also called at times the "water tower of Asia". It is home to the world's third largest ice water source and provides water through its river sources to almost 2 billion of the Asian population. But the alarming rate of increasing climate crisis in the nation is creating a worry for its future, ANI reported citing Tibet Press.