India's Environment Minister Blames Chennai Floods On Climate Change
As the Chennai floods have taken more than 260 lives, some officials blame the West for causing climate change.By Melissa Prax | December 5, 2015
While the forecast in Chennai, India, is looking drier and the city is starting to slowly repair, the worst rainfall in a century is leaving some officials wondering if it's a side effect of climate change. (Video via BBC)
Intense rains and flooding in Chennai have killed more than 260 people as of Saturday morning.
Most of the southern city was forcefully shut down by the water. Trains stations and the airport were temporarily closed, thousands were rescued as their homes were destroyed and there were large electricity outages. (Video via Lankasri)