Will the Paris climate deal include issue of forced climate migration?
Experts say that displacement and migration occurs because of the failure of adaptation in most vulnerable countries and, therefore, should be …
Study shows sea defences not enough to protect deltaic cities from flood risk
Deltas are natural sites for cities to grow as they offer direct access to the sea and upriver to the hinterland
Look what’s swelling the sea
Use of groundwater accounts for 0.8 mm sea level rise
India, Bangladesh to save Sunderbans
Sea level rise submerges disputed island in the Bay of Bengal
जलवायु आपातकाल, कॉप-25: शार्क, ट्यूना जैसी मछलियों के जीवन पर संकट
यूएन क्लाइमेट चेंज कॉफ्रेंस कॉप-25 में जारी की गई रिपोर्ट में कहा गया है कि जलवायु परिवर्तन और प्रदूषण के कारण समुद्रों में ऑक्सीजन ...
समुद्री ग्रीष्म लहरों का भारत पर दिखेगा ज्यादा असर: रिपोर्ट
आईपीसीसी के अध्ययनकर्ताओं का कहना है कि भारत समेत हिंद महासागर से सटे अन्य देश इन चरम घटनाओं से सबसे अधिक प्रभावित हो सकते ...
Eroding coasts need protection—and new solutions are at hand
Seawalls and other common strategies to control erosion don’t always protect the land. Another possibility? Living shorelines
Why remote Antarctica is so important in a warming world
Given what rising sea levels could mean for the world, we must maintain our longstanding view of Antarctica as the most remote continent
Towards breaking point
The imminent calving of ice shelf, Larsen C, will reduce Antarctica to its smallest ever size. Is global warming responsible?
Climate change leads to worst mangrove destruction in Australia
Some 7,000 hectares or nine per cent of the mangroves were destroyed in one month
India prone to vector-borne diseases, heatwaves, say experts
A good weather prediction system can go a long way to raise public awareness
A drowning delta can be rescued by changing the nature of its sediments, new theory claims
Half of world’s sandy beaches could disappear due to sea level rise by 2100
Even assuming better outcome for action on climate change, where global emissions peak around 2040, well 37% of beaches will be lost by 2100
11,000 scientists warn: Climate change isn’t just about temperature
A new paper track a broad set of indicators to convey the effects of human activities on greenhouse gas emissions, and the consequent impacts on …
IPCC Special Report: India under constant threat of cyclones, coastal flooding
This report emphasises on what several scientists and researchers have been saying for a while now
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'