It’s been 5 years since Paris Agreement but are Nationally Determined Contributions equitable?
To cap global warming at 1.5°C or even 2°C is a tall task that needs much more effort from countries in reducing reliance on fossil …
An ocean like no other: The Southern Ocean’s ecological richness, significance for global climate
It stores heat and carbon, mixes global currents: The Southern Ocean, also called the Antarctic Ocean, can be best described in superlatives
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Should fat cats guard the cream?
Industrialised countries want to monitor their own compliance to the Kyoto Protocol.
11,000 scientists warn: Climate change isn’t just about temperature
A new paper track a broad set of indicators to convey the effects of human activities on greenhouse gas emissions, and the consequent impacts on …
2020 US elections: No Democrat candidate offers bold plan for climate action
A number of polls suggest that Democrat voters also consider climate change to be a top-tier issue, as important as healthcare
As India's tribals await SC hearing, IPCC recognises forest dwellers’ role in climate change mitigation
According to a report, authorising the indigenous communities’ land titles can improve forest management and carbon storage
COP24: Nations to be given new draft negotiating text
The new proposal, which will be produced on December 12, will be based on Paris Agreement guidelines
COP24: Talanoa Dialogue ends with a weak declaration
A strong language on increasing ambition in COP24 outcome is crucial in implementing the objective of the Talanoa Dialogue and the Paris Agreement
There is no safe level of global warming: IPCC report
Unless net carbon dioxide emissions are brought down to zero by 2050, warming above 1.5°C is practically inevitable
IPCC Special Report: India under constant threat of cyclones, coastal flooding
This report emphasises on what several scientists and researchers have been saying for a while now
From living in a mud house to a fixed roof, this Malawian farmer knows the value of climate-smart agriculture
Grace Manda from Malawi never thought a climate-resilient method of farming could help her build a fixed roof, send her kids to school, that too …
Climate change: can right to skilled jobs be denied?
To stop mass exodus after floods and cyclones, there is a need to introduce skill development for better adaptation to climate change
India needs US$ 2 trillion to adapt to climate change
The country will experience 1-1.5°C increase in mean annual air temperature in the near term from 2016 to 2045 with ‘profound’ …
Store water in the sky
Three decades after 'ice man' Chewang Norphel first harvested water in the form of artificial glaciers in Ladakh, Sonam Wangchuk, a young …
Air pollution: WHO report identifies ways to mitigate health hazards
The report talks about ways to reduce the emission of short-lived climate pollutants
Drama over Loss and Damage
Australian and Norwegian negotiators block text, India wants an outcome.
Doha getaway: world on line for new regime, US on track to escape
The future of the Kyoto Protocol, between 2013-2020, could be agreed upon only when the Parties accepted the insignificant emission pledges of …
CO2 emissions soar; climate panel calls for rapid scale-up of low-carbon technology
IPCC report on mitigation says that the current level of ambition not enough to stop climate change. Prescribes a few controversial solutions
Bonn meet ends with a more balanced draft text for Paris climate deal
Experts believe there are a number of fundamental issues that still need to be resolved
Zero-zero, net zero
The fact that Joe Biden is not a climate denier is good news. But it is not enough
12 million in UK face health risks due to climate change: Study
Heat-related deaths among people over 65 years rose 21 per cent between 2004 and 2018
20 years into 21st century: 70% global agriculture under climate threat
Every year, disasters killed 60,000 people; climate-related disasters doubled in the last two decades