Since the control of Tibet, China has been destroying its natural resources and assets. Tibet’s natural boundaries and nature-bound system are currently being destroyed and manhandled by Beijing for its own advantage, not even taking into account China’s residents there.
According to Tibet Press, Tibet’s new white paper named ‘Tibet since 1951: Liberation, Development and Prosperity from Beijing’ clearly shows that Beijing isn’t worried at all over the level of destruction of Tibet’s ongoing climate .
Rather than recognizing the destruction of the climate in Tibet, it reveals a decent insight into the government making harmless criteria to the ecosystem and taking sustainable steps forward.
According to the Tibet Press, the results of All of these things are evaporation of melting glaciers, melting of permafrost, floods, and loss of fields in front of the eyes of President Xi Jinping because of ecological destruction in Tibet.
Moreover, Xi Jinping avoided the Conference of the Parties (COP) 26, the biggest environmental summit, in Glasgow last year. China isn’t unquestionably the world’s greatest polluter, however with the different natural agreements endorsed by them, their Carbon emission has expanded incredibly.
All the while, due to environmental change, the snow of the Himalayas is in a state of melting. Tibet is the wellspring of fresh water and glaciers are known as the ‘Third Pole’ for the huge river of Asia.It is the refrigerator of Asia, with glaciers acting as the significant watershed for the whole region. Temperatures on the Tibetan Plateau have warmed by 0.5 F each 10 years throughout recent years, at two times there is expansion in worldwide temperatures.
Scientists accept that 40% of Tibet’s glaciers will be lost by 2050. As far as human effect, the melting of the glaciers of the Tibetan Plateau will have a far more prominent effect.
Tibet has extremely strong rivers, which can create a huge amount of hydroelectricity. Tibet’s strong waterways are being dammed by Chinese designing relationships to take care of the central area’s quest for power. The continued naming and development on the Yarlung River or the Brahmaputra is a significant danger to the downstream nations of India and Bangladesh.