What is the bomb cyclone blitzing across US?
The winter storm, Ulmer, has led to terrifying blizzard conditions, tropical storm winds and heavy rainfall; killing one person
Tree rings can predict climate change
Researchers present papers that show impact of climate change on trees at the ongoing 6th Asian Dendrochronology Conference
Heat is on: 2019 on track to become hottest year ever
El Nino, or the unusual warming of the equatorial Pacific Ocean, will further add to the already warming temperatures
मुंबई की बारिश ने फिर साबित किया जलवायु परिवर्तन नहीं है कोई भ्रम
बाढ़ की स्थिति पैदा कर देने वाली वर्षा महज कुछ घंटों में हो रही है जबकि एक लंबा अंतराल सूखे जैसी स्थिति से गुजर ...
‘Next solar cycle may be stronger than previous one’
Study debunks theory of a global cooling phase compensating for global warming
Why is Venice drowning?
Increasing global warming resulting in rising sea levels, coupled with the city itself sinking due to increased groundwater usage is making the …
Why weather now means business and how it affects you
The first part in a series that looks into how private players now want to monetise meteorological data that is a public resource
Vietnam just recorded its highest-ever temperature
Not only Vietnam, but the entire world is experiencing this sudden rise in temperatures
'Warmer future can lead to heavier hailstorms'
UK researcher Amulya Chevuturi talks to DTE about how hailstorms occur and how they could intensify with rising temperatures
Warmer Atlantic to cause more hurricanes every year: study
A study published in the journal Science says that the warming itself was a combination of natural factors and human-induced climate change
Bonn fails to deliver need of hour as climate clock ticks away
The 50th United Nations Bonn Climate Change Conference didn’t include key findings on global warming
Greenland’s ice melting rate increases four times in nine years
A research finds that this is a tipping point, which means global warming has brought summertime temperatures in Greenland close to melting point
Communication gap: Bihar floods show why India, Nepal need to get their act together
The delay of sharing weather-related information is alarming because every time Nepal has received heavy rains, Bihar has recorded flash floods
In just six days, Mumbai received 25% more rain than the 40-day average
It also recorded a deficit of 9% between June 28 and July 4. What explains the anomaly?
Winds beneath the storms
A confluence of global, regional and local variables is leading to the development of massive storms
Ocean heat takes a toll on coral reefs and tourism in Africa
Coral reefs along the east coast of Africa have been badly hit due to ocean warming and acidification. This has hit tourism badly. Some efforts, …
Hurricanes of the future might have increased potential for catastrophic events
Climate science predicts a definite increase in the frequency of hurricanes, their intensity and duration due to warming of the ocean surfaces
जलवायु आपातकाल, कॉप-25: दोहा में बताये रास्ते पर चले दुनिया: भारत और चीन
दुनिया के दो सबसे घनी आबादी वाले देशों ने भी विकसित देशों द्वारा दिए जा रहे अपर्याप्त धन पर चिंता व्यक्त की है
Climate change kills 98% insects in Puerto Rico’s rainforest: study
This decline will majorly impact the forest plantation and the animals living there
यूरिया जीवन से जहर तक का सफर
एक हालिया अध्ययन में पहली बार भारत में नाइट्रोजन की स्थिति का मूल्यांकन किया गया है जो बताता है कि यूरिया के अत्यधिक इस्तेमाल ...
Herbivores can protect ecosystems from climate change: study
A marine biologist, Rebecca Kordas, tries to understand how intertidal ecosystems, which exist along the shore, adapt to changes such as …
Extreme weather: 2019 broke records; don't expect 2020 be better
The imprint of climate change is here to stay
Human-made climate change behind rising 2019 temperatures: WMO
Absence of El Niño and yet an extension in the spate of rising temperatures points towards it, says the UN weather agency
Atoll nations at immediate risk of climate change
Made up of ring shaped group of coral reefs, islands or a series of islets, these nations are the first to face rising sea-levels and extreme …