On Christmas Day the UK newspaper "The Independent" reported that an entire island is now submerged thanks to global warming.

"Rising seas, caused by global warming, have for the first time washed an inhabited island off the face of the Earth. The obliteration of Lohachara island, in India's part of the Sundarbans where the Ganges and the Brahmaputra rivers empty into the Bay of Bengal, marks the moment when one of the most apocalyptic predictions of environmentalists and climate scientists has started coming true."

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While India might be one of the world's greatest emitters of carbon dioxide - it hardly seems fair that people from that country are now suffering so much from climate change when Co2 emissions per capita in India are much lower than where I come from for example.

India - 1.19 metric tons per capita

United Kingdom - 9.4 metric tons per capita