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Six feet under: A quarter of Earth's carbon may be buried beneath surface, finds study
New findings reveal how water helps take organic carbon deep beneath earth’s surface for long-term storage
Why the silence on climate in the US presidential debates?
Those who have denied climate change for so long will find it very costly – both politically and psychologically – to reverse their …
Climate change threatens US military capabilities, say experts
Militaries around the world have started acknowledging the security risks posed by climate change
Wheat production to decline as global temperature increases
At the same time, the demand for wheat is expected to increase by 60 per cent by the middle of the 21st century
Climate change may double malaria risk from dams in sub-Saharan Africa
The future impacts of dams on malaria transmission are seldom understood and investigated
Landmark human rights case against 47 'carbon majors'
Petitioners in the Philippines have asked its human rights panel to investigate the role of carbon majors in causing climate change which has …
Porto Novo: an African city taking action against climate change
Porto Novo in Benin, Rouen in France and Da Nang in Vietnam are taking steps to mitigate the harsh effects of climate change, which will hit them …
IPCC in for change of climate
Big changes are expected as the global body acts on review committee’s advice at plenary meet in Busan, South Korea
Winner takes it all
जंगली मधुमक्खियों और देशी पौधों की 94% प्रजातियां हो गई गायब
एक अध्ययन में पाया गया कि पिछले 30 वर्षों में दुनिया भर में खासकर उत्तर-पूर्वी अमेरिका में जलवायु परिवर्तन और कृषि के बढ़ते दायरे ...
क्यों बढ़ रहे हैं टिड्डी दलों के हमले, कौन है जिम्मेवार
टिड्डी दलों के बढ़ने हमलों को लेकर खाद्य और कृषि संगठन के साथ मिलकर टिड्डियों पर निगरानी रखने वाले वरिष्ठ अधिकारी कीथ क्रेसमेन से ...
Many small island nations can adapt to climate change with global support
Although climate change threatens the world's small island nations, many can adapt and preserve their homes and cultures – especially if …
Climate change will cost cities twice as much as rest of the world
Cities act as “heat islands” when natural vegetation is replaced by heat-capturing surfaces such as concrete, asphalt and glass
IMD predicts intense heat waves this summer
Climate change held responsible for the growing incidence and severity of heat waves
After US, rising sea level may soon gobble up an entire island in Canada
Land bigger than 300 football fields has been swallowed by the sea within the span of a few generations
Climate change can wipe out world's oldest trees
According to scientists, Bristlecone pines, which are found in the upper reaches of the White Mountains in California, could be supplanted by the …
Bleached to death
The current mass bleaching of corals across the world appears to be the most severe ever. It threatens the very existence of coral reefs. …
Climate talks now focus on health adaptation
As the global negotiations increasingly talk about the impacts of climate change on health, the upcoming UN CoP meet in Morocco will debate one …
Dying coral reefs, impacts of El Niño and other news from this week
While coral bleaching is destroying the Great Barrier Reef, Malaysia and Indonesia are struggling to control forest fires originating from …
Climate change is influencing migratory patterns and evolution in pests, threatening our food basket
Death at your doorstep