Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Rainfall-Lessens-in-India--27MZIFIK91XQ.htmlConceptually similarRainfall Lessens in India.GP02589Completed★★★★Rainfall Lessens in India.GP0258BCompleted★★★★Rainfall Lessens in IndiaGP01WJ7Completed★★★★Rainfall Lessens in IndiaGP01WJ8Completed★★★★Rainfall Lessens in IndiaGP01WJ9Completed★★★★Decentralised Energy Documentation in KeralaGP029VLCompleted★★★★National Workshop on Soil Health in New DelhiGP029WVCompleted★★★★Cherry Farmer in IndiaGP01VHZCompleted★★★★Peaceful Forest Protest in IndiaGP0STO8VICompleted★★★★View AllGP0258ARainfall Lessens in India.Mr. W. Knight Ð Ex Principal, CTTC Sohra steps outside anticipating the rain. Cherrapunji was once declared the 'rainiest place on earth'. Now this is in dispute as rainfall patterns become more erratic. What could the future mean for the people of Cherrapunji if water sources lessen? Locations:Asia-Cherrapunji-IndiaDate:27 Feb, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Emma StonerMaximum size:2700px X 1800pxKeywords:Buildings-Climate (campaign title)-Clouds-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-Outdoors-Rear view-Roads-Small group of people-Trees-Umbrellas-Water supply structuresShoot:Climate Voices from IndiaClimate change is already affecting Indian residents living along the coastline. In developing countries like India, climate change could represent an additional stress on ecological and socioeconomic systems that are already facing tremendous pressures. Along the coastline the economy is closely tied to its natural resource base, making India considerably vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.