Drafting the Paris agreement: the week that was
Draft text adopted, but many issues need resolving
Climate adaptation: Developed and developing world in same boat
Region-wise analysis in the new IPCC report shows climate change adaptation strategies are still not in place, save for a few initiatives
'Regional climate models must for managing water'
Subimal Ghosh, faculty member of IIT-Bombay, has been working on localised climate change models. He speaks to Dinsa Sachan about extreme …
Superstorm ‘Sandy’ tells us why the climate change denial must stop
Australia’s top economists back carbon price, say benefits of net-zero outweigh cost
With right settings in place, Australia could become a major producer of zero-emissions hydrogen, and industrial powerhouse that used its iron …
Bad weather ahead for Bay of Bengal, but how bad will it get?
The flip-flops over a new system brewing to India’s east show that our best climate models are playing catch up with weather systems in a …
Denmark legally binds farmers to reduce GHGs emission by half in 9 years
Denmark had adopted this plan in December 2019; 3 sectors — transport, energy and agriculture — account for the country’s …
Marine heatwaves during winter could have dire impacts on New Zealand fisheries and herald more summer storms
These marine heatwaves can have devastating impacts on ocean ecosystems.
Simply Put: Choking hazard for oceans
Africa’s post-COVID-19 economic recovery plan: Integrate climate change action in planning, says report
Africa is projected to suffer a fall of 2-8% in GDP in post-COVID-19 scenario
How climate change contributed to Madagascar’s food crisis
Madagascar is on the brink of experiencing the world’s first climate change famine. Tens of thousands of people are suffering catastrophic …
Wildfire burn scars can intensify and even trigger thunderstorms, leading to catastrophic flooding. Here’s how
Lack of vegetation, reduced soil moisture and lower surface albedo contribute to the potential for burn scars to fuel thunderstorms
क्या 50 लाख साल बाद, जल संकट से होने वाले पलायन से फिर जूझ रही है दुनिया?
लाखों साल पहले पूर्वी अफ्रीका में पड़े सूखे ने हमारे पूर्वजों को जल समृद्ध स्थानों में पलायन के लिए बाध्य कर दिया था। तभी ...
IPCC shows what our planet will be like as climate change continues
Most regions of the world will warm up considerably as the march of climate change continues globally, according to the latest IPCC Report
IPCC climate report: Profound changes are underway in Earth’s oceans and ice – a lead author explains what the warnings mean
As a result of human activities, the planet is changing at a rate unprecedented for at least thousands of years. These changes are affecting …
IPCC’s new report on climate change is a call to action
The latest IPCC report confirms that we can no longer lose time in prevarication or in finding new excuses not to act, including empty promises …
EU’s new climate proposal is vast. But is it transformational?
Economy-wide package of creative proposals may or may not bring fundamental changes that wealthy countries must implement to halt climate crisis
Flood victims take shelter on roads, embankments after June floods in Bihar
The victims are living without shelter and are severely constrained for food and other necessities
Remains of Cyclone Tauktae: North India may be hit
Three people have died so far as the cyclone pounded parts of Gujarat, according to officials
A wonder bamboo from Tamil Nadu to mitigate climate change
The Beema Bamboo developed by a bio-tech company can grow fast and does not die for many years, according to its developers
Climate colloquy: All about net zero
An exclusive series based on CSE’s new book Climate Change: Science and Politics to answer your climate change queries.
How to face a rising sea? Maldives bets on artificial islands
About 80% of Maldive’s coral islands are less than one metre above sea level
Sea level rise is killing trees along the Atlantic coast, creating ‘ghost forests’ that are visible from space
Huge swaths of contiguous forest are dying. They’re now known in the scientific community as ‘ghost forests’
Simply Put: One Nation, One Weather
हर साल एक डिग्री तापमान बढ़ने से विनिर्माण क्षेत्र को दो फीसदी राजस्व का घाटा : शोध
शोध में कहा गया है कि गर्मी के महीनों में कामगारों के काम करने की क्षमता में कमी देखी जा रही है। साथ ही ...