Rabindra Dhungel, 30 august 2020. Who doesn’t like sweets? Except for people with diabetes, everyone loves to eat sweets. Where do people with diabetes not like it? They have not eaten because they do not want to eat.
If you are also a fan of sweets or desserts, fulfill that desire with fun for a few years. Because in a few years, we will not have that opportunity. According to a study, the production of chocolate in the world will stop in a few years.
The chocolate industry is in crisis as global warming is on the verge of extinction. According to a report by the US National Aseanic and Atmospheric Administration, chocolate is disappearing from the world in the next four decades if global temperatures continue to rise. After that, even if we like chocolate, it won’t matter. Because its mark will be erased.
According to the report, the main source of chocolate for cocoa production is a temperature below 20 degrees. Only at such temperatures can cocoa be properly grown. If global temperatures continue to rise, cocoa production could decline in the next 40 years. Due to which chocolate is not available immediately and if found somewhere, it is likely to be very expensive.
According to a report by the American Institute, the earth’s temperature is rising very fast due to increasing pollution, population, etc. If all developed countries do not reduce their carbon emissions, it will be difficult to control global warming. This could lead to a crisis in the chocolate industry. Gradually, if this industry closes down, the mark of chocolate will be erased from the world.