The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has organized a meet of more than 200 scientists from 65 countries – to be conducted from September 30 to October 4, 2019, in New Delhi to bring out the next report on the present status of climate
Hindu Kush Himalayan region, an area that covers high mountain chains of central, south and inner Asia, is threatened by the rising temperatures, which pose a risk of losing over 60 percent of region’s glaciers by 2100. The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region spans 3,500
At the UN Climate Action Summit 2019, a new initiative was launched to help guide the world’s heaviest greenhouse gas emitting industries toward the low-carbon economy. The summit was hosted by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, in New York ahead of the UN General Assembly,
Rising temperature and decline in rainfall during the past few years have shown variations in several crop yields. Be it vegetables, grains or fruits, there has been a significant shift in the production due to global warming. While researchers have studied the impact of global
The Great Barrier Reef located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, Australia is the world’s largest coral reef and the biggest single structure made by living organisms. Built by billions of tiny organisms (called coral polyps) over billions of years, it is
India’s Centre and State governments may not like the idea of accepting that climate change and urbanization are two undeniable causes that have intensified the flood. It’s true that concrete has taken over natural water storage spaces and drain water network is in pathetic state
Recently, a new report published in Climate Central, a US-based non-profit research and journalism organization, nearly 55 million people living in India’s coastal areas are at risk of drowning due to rise in sea levels. The report compared two scenarios – consequences of 2 degree
A panel of NASA scientists has come out with very bad news for human kind. Rising sea levels are expected to get worse than scientists had predicted earlier.The speed of rise in water levels in oceans isn’t the same as it was 50 years ago.They
Earlier, ecological balance was on the mercy of human kind, but now nature has taken control of business going on for centuries.
Frog Wedding, even human sacrifice – Indian farmers doing everything to deal with deficient rains and water-shortage
In Kohinoor, an Indian village in the state of Karnataka, farmers performed and celebrated wedding of two frogs.