'Indigenous communities are key stakeholders in the climate change talks'
Ekai Nabenyo, 24, is the founder and chair of the Lorengelup Community Development Initiative, Kenya. An ethnic Turkana tribesman, he talks to …
Sundarbans’ ‘swamp tigers’ could be gone in 50 years, warns study
Climate change, rising seas, industrial development and construction of new roads would hasten the tigers’ end, it says
Coffee out of cafe
A new book lays bare the popular myths about the beverage you sip daily
'We have to use the Paris Agreement for a strong agenda forward'
Sweden will pass a law next year to become carbon-neutral by 2045. Eva Svedling, the State Secretary to the Minister for International …
Lighting up a solution
Prem Shankar Jha makes a case for solar energy while tracing the history of global warming
Could clouds’ radiator effect vanish with global warming?
A new study published in Nature makes this conclusion. But not all agree
Climate change an indirect cause of whale strandings, say experts
Extreme weather events like cyclones and torrential rains disrupt the echolocation mechanism of the cetaceans and cause them to land on beaches …
"Snow leopard habitat may be lost due to climate change"
The snow leopard is facing a huge threat from climate change and a hostile human population in Pakistan. Muhammad Ali Nawaz, an authority on the …
जलवायु परिवर्तन का आपातकाल बहुत हद तक विकसित देशों की देन है : कैथरीन रोवेट
लोग उन चीजों के लिए मतदान करते रहे, जिनके बारे में हम सबको पता है कि हकीकत में वे किसी भी तरह से मूल्यवान ...
India gets re-elected as observer to Arctic Council
China, South Korea, Singapore, Italy and Japan also have Observer status at the Council
Indigenous islanders complain against Canberra over climate change
The residents of the islands located in the Torres Strait between Australia and New Guinea say the Australian government is not doing enough to …
Arctic rivers continue to melt more and more every summer, says report
The Arctic Report Card for 2018 notes that this provides powerful evidence for the intensification of the Arctic hydrologic cycle
'The Sarus appears to be altering its nesting behaviour due to climate change'
K S Gopi Sundar, a well-known expert on cranes, recently conducted a study on how climate change and cropping patterns affect the nesting cycles …
World Snake Day 2020: Dozens of snake species facing peril, say herpetologists
Habitat loss is the gravest threat facing snakes, says Romulus Whitaker
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Global mean sea level highest-ever in 2019
The State of Global Climate 2019 says that this is yet another sign of the world being in a climate emergency
Sea that isn't
In just 50 years, the Aral Sea - once the fourth largest inland water body - has turned into world's newest desert
Conservationists slam draft of new government report on elephants
It fails to understand the ecology of elephants, they say