Rare Antarctica warming to trigger heatwaves, fires in Australia
The sudden stratospheric warming in South Pole has spiked temperatures by more than 40 degrees
UK faunascape changes with climate change
Scientists identifed 55 species of invertebrates, mammals and birds that moved out of their natural range or arrived in the UK between …
The wake up call
It’s time we understood that the IPCC's report could be an underestimate of the kind of dangers that await a warmed world and stopped …
Climate change threatens survival of albatross
Rising sea temperatures will reduce the availability of prey for the predator seabird and their population growth rate will decline by 5.3%
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Urbanisation, changing cropping patterns contribute to temperature rise: Study
Shift from kharif to rabi has led to warming of up to 30 per cent in many regions, says a researcher from IIT Bhubaneswar
Vietnam just recorded its highest-ever temperature
Not only Vietnam, but the entire world is experiencing this sudden rise in temperatures
'Warmer future can lead to heavier hailstorms'
UK researcher Amulya Chevuturi talks to DTE about how hailstorms occur and how they could intensify with rising temperatures
GHG emission from human activities biggest contributor to increased warming in India
A recent study attributes increasing surface air temperature over India between 1956 and 2005 to anthropogenic factor
How microscopic marine algae impact global climate and Indian monsoon
Phytoplankton responds much faster to processes that alter temperature than the temperature itself, which changes slowly due to water’s …
Why are we sweating in Shillong?
Because temperatures in India’s biodiversity hotspot are on the rise
Global warming halted 1,800 years of ocean cooling process
Volcanic eruptions had resulted in long-term cooling till the 19th century, say experts
150 years of global temperature data now on Google Earth
Database uses information from 6,000 stations and is expected to make climate-change data more accessible and transparent
Global warming likely to affect maple syrup production by 2100: Study
Maple syrup season may begin one month earlier, while the sap sugar content will decrease by 0.7°Brix
India most vulnerable to climate change
More than 22 million Indians were affected by extreme weather events in 2017, making the country most open to the cliamte attack
Changing weather will affect living standards of half of India's population
2018 was the sixth-warmest and had the sixth-lowest monsoon in the last 117 years, says IMD
Is India ready to face the silent disaster?
Heat waves are likely to increase by up to 30 times by 2100; the government needs to focus on the most vulnerable population, including the poor, …
Bavarian glaciers shrinking ‘rapidly’, says study
Four out of five glaciers could disappear entirely within the next twenty years, it warns
Indian monsoon has intensified since 2002; trend will persist in coming years: study
The heightened monsoon activity has reversed a 50-year drying period during which monsoon season brought relatively little rain
Is climate change causing cannibalism among seagulls?
Seagulls are eating their own eggs as fish—their primary diet—move deeper into seas due to rising temperature
How to fight heat wave, the Odisha way
Other states could take a cue from Odisha government on reducing the number of heat stroke deaths
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High temperatures reduce rice, sorghum yield in Karnataka
A recent study reveals that during kharif and rabi seasons the state is exposed to a high number of days when mercury climbs above 33 degrees Celsius
Climate change impacts will not wait for slow government negotiations like Bonn
By 2018 end, the Paris Agreement rule book has to be finalised. But efforts to finalise these set of rules at Bonn was marred by tardy pace and …