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Why green hydrogen may be the clean fuel for future

Declining costs of renewables and urgency to curb greenhouse gas emissions is accelerating …

What the tourism sector can learn from Cape Town’s drought

The 2015-2018 drought, one of the longest and the worst to have affected Cape Town, …

Amid hurricanes and wildfires, Trump gives science a cold shoulder

“I don’t think science knows actually. It’ll start getting cooler,” …

Chimpanzees evolved to behave more flexibly. It can help them weather climate change

Chimpanzees are capable of remarkable behavioural variability, and this may have …

Enhanced food security and soil biodiversity: A climate-positive approach

Conservation of soil biodiversity, soil organic carbon through sustainable farming …

Is Kamala Harris a reliable climate leader?

Harris, the democratic vice-presidential candidate, expressed support for the Green New Deal,…

Voluntary carbon markets need integrity as much as growth

Task force launched by United Nations Climate Finance envoy must widen its task  

We need to treat extreme events as connected, not as anomalies

Clear trends of interconnected extreme weather events intensifying and becoming more …

Climate crisis continues unabated: United in science, but are we united in action?

While emissions fell during the peak of the pandemic confinement measures, they have …

Savage sapiens, ravaged planet and COVID-19

It may be difficult to have a planet that no longer uses oil or coal, does not kill …

Post-COVID-19: Govt has opportunity to build eco-institutionalism

Long-term planning needs standardising data to monitor environment, institutionalising …

Special Drawing Rights can help developing countries to build back greener

Sustainable recovery needs to trump politics at IMF to provide access to stable finance in …

How dangerous heat waves can kill

What can overwhelm a person is a heat source that you can neither escape nor counter. …

Why film festivals on the environment are a good idea

There is something about watching our environmental issues through the visual medium. …

COVID-19: Food waste during pandemic can worsen climate emergency

The median amount of food waste per capita in large developed economies is significantly …

‘A wake-up call’: Why this student is suing the government over the financial risks of climate change

Katta O’Donnell argues Australia’s poor climate policies — ranked among …

Floods cost India Rs 4.7 lakh crore in last 6 decades

At least 90% of the Assam’s districts are flooded and more than 50,000 people are in …

COVID-19, climate change, inequality: Centering rights and environmental protection

Alongside the COVID-19 pandemic, climate-induced disasters and extreme weather have …

Drought, literature and the lessons

It is imminently important for us to spend considerable time researching the water woes …

The paradox of cooling

For a tropical country like India, there is not much to cherish about. The number of …

Lessons from a pandemic: Urgency for climate action

Much like the claimed behaviour of an ostrich burying its head underground in the face of …

The world can help its climate crisis — by giving more power to women

Climate change worsens women’s plight: When it causes natural resources to become …