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India a top performer on climate mitigation but more needs to be done: Report
The country needed to prioritise renewable energy in its post-COVID recovery plan, the report by non-profit Germanwatch said
How does land motion, ice height impact sea-level rise? NASA shows in maps
In maps: How Earth’s surface mass in August 2020 deviated from average for all months between 2004 and 2009; spatial variations in the …
Increased sea surface temperature affecting Indian monsoon: Study
Global warming hiatus contributed to the weakening of the Mascarene High in the Southern Indian Ocean, finds study
COVID-19 can be a wake-up call for nature-based solutions
Money alone won’t solve the problem; but governments hold powerful levers to make markets value nature and attach a cost to …
Climate change and agriculture: Way ahead for low-emission growth
Agriculture and livestock account for 18 per cent of gross national greenhouse gas emissions
As told to Parliament (September 16, 2020): No data on sanitation worker deaths amid COVID-19
All that was discussed in the House through the day
Vizag gas leak: Will the NGT penalty on LG Polymers act as a deterrent?
Though the cognisance of the offence is a welcome move, the court could have widened its scope to benefit many
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'We are in the warmest five-year period ever'
According to the World Meteorological Organization, 2015-19 has recorded a 0.2°C increase over 2011-15
How technology can help in capturing carbon
The technologies, a type of geoengineering, been debated over their ethical and safety concerns
The good, the bad and the ugly: the nations leading and failing on climate action
This piece is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story
G7 governments are boosting inequality: Oxfam
If current trends in economic growth and inequality remain unchanged, around 550 million people will be under extreme poverty in 2030
Katowice offers last chance
To limit warming to 1.5°C, countries must revise national plans at the upcoming climate conference
Is biofuel use fit for both air and land?
While ICAO has proposed that biofuel use in passenger planes be increased rapidly to cut carbon emissions, environmentalists disagree
It is now US against the rest of the world
With Nicaragua joining the Paris deal and Syria announcing its intention to ratify the accord at COP23 in Bonn, the isolation of US is now complete
Obituary: Pushpa Mitra Bhargava, a conscientious scientist and advocate of scientific temper
In the death of Dr Pushpa Mittra Bhargava, India has lost one of the most vocal advocates of scientific temper and rationality in India
Neduvasal residents protest hydrocarbon extraction in agricultural land
A new government policy has made it easier to dig deeper for unconventional oil and gas. But a village in Tamil Nadu is up in arms against the …
Methane, other short-lived greenhouse gases cause long-term sea-level rise: study
Even greenhouse gases that don’t last long in the atmosphere can have centuries-long impact on sea level
Global warming worryingly close to lower limit set by Paris Agreement: WMO
The risk of losing the race against climate change becomes real as temperature rise globally likely to breach 1.2 degrees by the end of 2016
Clean energy could save hundreds of billions in health costs every year
Global warming is often seen as a problem for future generations, but focusing on the immediate and substantial health benefits of clean energy …
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Hope in sight
US appeals court rules in favour of Bhopal gas victims