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Energy transition is now a must

Marie-Hélène Aubert, adviser to the French president for international …

‘Scale of disaster would depend on where Phailin hits’

M R Ramesh Kumar from National Institute of Oceanography on Phailin and the cyclone …

Dealing with crop stresses and scandals

Subbanna Ayyappan has made history in the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (IACR) by …

'Let us internalise the relation we need to have with nature'

Jonathon Porritt wears many hats. A pioneer of green politics in the UK, sustainability …

Reconstructing atmospheric history

Old paintings can provide information about the composition of the atmosphere of bygone ages.…

‘Bangladesh a veritable laboratory to study climate change action’

Saleemul Huq is the director at the International Centre for Climate Change & …

'Cheap gas makes renewables appear less attractive'

Researcher and professor at University of Maryland, Klaus Hubacek, explains the costs of …

‘Still uncertain how Sundarbans mangroves will evolve under climate change’

Mangrove trees produce organic matter which raises the bed elevation; a process which …

'People living in coastal regions likely to suffer from vector-borne diseases'

Besides taking a toll on human health, climate change gives rise to conflicts and migration

'Indigenous communities are key stakeholders in the climate change talks'

Ekai Nabenyo, 24, is the founder and chair of the Lorengelup Community Development …

'Threat to integrity of global South in climate negotiations reflects its success'

Matt McDonald, associate professor of international relations at University of Queensland,&…

'Climate change may render impossible what remains of traditional Inuit life patterns'

Stephen R Bown says 'Father of Eskimology' Knud Rasmussen's writings are literary …

'The Arctic will have a whole new face by 2050'

The Arctic changes faster than any other region and is a crucial indicator of climate change.…

'India can learn from other regions on the need to adopt proactive drought management policies'

FAO expert Mohamed Bazza speaks on how climate change is expected to make drought worse and …

'All these sites have multiple stresses affecting them. Climate change only adds to that'

Adam Markham, Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) Deputy Director for Climate and Energy …

‘Human influence behind warmer and bigger Indo-Pacific warm pool'

A new study shows that human-caused greenhouse gas emissions have led to the warming of the …

"Snow leopard habitat may be lost due to climate change"

The snow leopard is facing a huge threat from climate change and a hostile human population …

'We have to use the Paris Agreement for a strong agenda forward'

Sweden will pass a law next year to become carbon-neutral by 2045. Eva Svedling, the State …

'Policy dialogues around food security and climate adaptation need to draw from different disciplines'

Celia Petty is the co-founder and director of Evidence for Development (EfD), an UK-based …

'Permaculture potential is huge in India'

Permaculturist Dwarakanath talks to Down To Earth about how this innovative design science …

'Africa should not be a dumping ground for cheap technologies'

Africa has only 1,152 weather stations; most of which are in dilapidated condition. …

'The Sarus appears to be altering its nesting behaviour due to climate change'

K S Gopi Sundar, a well-known expert on cranes, recently conducted a study on how climate …