The world needs India to avert climate catastrophe. Can Modi deliver?

It’s not unusual for temperatures in India’s Thar Desert to reach 48 degrees Celsius (118 degrees Fahrenheit). Even when they drop, hot winds sweep across the bare plains. The soil here is infertile, water is scarce. This place is near unlivable for humans — but it’s ideal for one of the world’s biggest solar farms.

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