Climate change drives Australian mammal to extinction
Barrier Reef rodent is the first documented extinction of a mammal species due to man-made climate change
Will climate-induced migration feature at COP21?
People in small island nations and vulnerable deltas, which perhaps had no role in the greenhouse gas emissions changing the world's climate, are …
Wetlands can cope with sea rise
Vegetation and rate of sedimentation are crucial to wetlands’ resilience
In ocean’s way
People watch helplessly as the sea nibbles the Konkan coast, swallowing groves and beaches, and shallowing creeks
Factsheet: Climate change FAQs
Climate change refers to a change of climate attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the global …
Extreme floods to increase economic loss 166 times in coastal megacities: IPCC
These cities with over 10 million populations, including Mumbai, are likely to lose at least $1 trillion annually by 2050, finds the report
Sea level may rise 1.1 metre by 2100: IPCC
This is likely to have a direct impact on the lives of 680 million people living in low-lying coastal zones, according to the report
Glaciers in western Canada to lose 70 per cent volume by 2100: study
Runoff from the melting ice will peak between 2020 and 2040
Book: Sunderbans-The mystic mangroves
Book>> Sunderbans-The Mystic Mangroves by Biswajit Roy Chowdhury and Pradeep Vyas Published by Niyogi Books
'Aila was imperialist design'
9 से 18 मीटर तक गिर सकता है झीलों का जल स्तर
बढ़ते तापमान के कारण, सदी के दौरान कैस्पियन सागर का सतही क्षेत्र 23 से 34 फीसदी तक सिकुड़ जाएगा, इसकी वजह से जैव विविधता ...
Tamil Nadu fisherfolk urge government to prepare for sea level rise
The upcoming plan for coastal zone management should ensure housing and account for the sea level rise, suggest fisherfolk and environmentalists
2016 was year of extreme warming; 2017 shows no signs of easing
Last year was the warmest on record for North America, second warmest for Africa and South America and third warmest for Europe
'Kuwait could face serious climate change impacts over the next few decades'
Down To Earth speaks to Salman Zafar, founder of West Asian environmental group, EcoMENA on the green challenges facing the tiny Gulf nation of …
World’s glaciers are melting fast, but not so in Asia
'All these sites have multiple stresses affecting them. Climate change only adds to that'
Adam Markham, Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) Deputy Director for Climate and Energy and lead author of UNESCO’s recent report on World …
Polar vortex: did warming bring the chill to US?
Extreme events like this may become frequent, say experts
Can Bangladesh trap silt?
संकट में हैं नदी किनारे रह रहे 30 करोड़ लोग
घनी आबादी वाले डेल्टा, जहां नदियां समुद्र से मिलती हैं, विशेष रूप से गर्म-मौसम के कारण भयानक बाढ़ की चपेट में आ जाते हैं
Global Eco Watch: Greenland’s ice sheet has melted to ‘point of no return’
Down To Earth brings you the top happenings in the world of global ecology
Atoll nations at immediate risk of climate change
Made up of ring shaped group of coral reefs, islands or a series of islets, these nations are the first to face rising sea-levels and extreme …
Scientific reticence is a serious threat when it comes to climate change
Professionals need to speak out on looming dangers even at the cost of getting it wrong
Polarising the polar
Ravaged by global warming, an ice-free Arctic is going to become the next battleground for economic hegemony
Blow hot, blow cold