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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 05:50 am
Dark colours play a major role in increasing the earth’s temperature, which in turn, leads to global warming. This came from a class VIII student of Learnium School, Divyansh Joshi who won a silver medal in the Inepo Eurasia International Environmental Project Olympiad held at Azerbaijan, for his project on “effects of colours on global warming” …
Pointing out to his award winning project, he explained that different coloured objects absorb light and heat up the earth’s surface. The heat absorbed by dark colours is retained in the earth’s surface, which slowly increases its temperature, thus resulting in global warming …
Stressing on the use of lighter colours, he pointed out that people should be discouraged from using dark colours while selecting the colour for cars or houses or fabrics for clothes.
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