Updated June 4th, 2024 at 17:12 IST

Sonakshi Sinha Blames Unchecked ‘Human Activity’ For Severe Heat Wave In Summer In India

Sonakshi Sinha said that intense heat waves across the nation are the direct consequence of human activity, and the damage cannot be reversed.

Sonakshi Sinha | Image:aslisona/instagram
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Sonakshi Sinha has opined on the ongoing severe heatwave in the country. The actress has raised awareness of the rising global warming and human activities being the root cause of the same. She stressed the importance of the damage done to the environment due to human activities. 

It's not too late to make a positive change, says Sonakshi Sinha 

Actress Sonakshi Sinha said that intense heat waves across the nation are the direct consequence of human activity, and the damage cannot be reversed. The Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar actress said that now is the time to act to reverse the change by prioritising education and raising awareness.

A file photo of Sonakshi Sinha | Image: Instagram

Sonakshi told IANS: “The recent heat wave and abrupt temperature spike serve as a stark reminder that global warming is undeniably real. In fact, we are experiencing what can only be described as global heating. This dire state of our planet is a consequence of human activity, and while the situation is severe, I believe it's not too late to make a positive change and protect our environment.”

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Sonakshi Sinha advocates for education on climate change

India is currently witnessing a surge in temperature in the majority of its parts. While the monsoon arrived in Kerala, it’s yet to provide respite in other parts of the country, especially the north, where the mercury is touching 52 degrees Celsius.

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A file photo of Sonakshi Sinha | Image: Instagram

The actress further mentioned that although we may not be able to reverse the damage entirely, we can certainly work to mitigate its effects. “We must prioritise education and awareness about climate change among both children and adults."

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Published June 4th, 2024 at 17:12 IST