CYPRUS: Middle-East and North Africa already comes under the list of areas that marks equator and are known as the hottest place on Earth. A recent study warns that by the end of this century these areas could be too hot for the people to survive.
The normal temperature during summer exceeds up to 40-45C here in Riyadh and Saudi Arabia. This new study has brought a moment of deliberation for Muslim world as Saudi Arabia harbors the holiest place Mecca where millions congregate for annual Hajj.
This study also revealed that whether the carbon emission will be restraint or not by the mid-century the global temperature would rise by 2C by 2050.
The days of heat waves would be increased to 104-204 days by the end of this century.