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Data Munching | The numbers don’t lie: the Earth is warming, and rapidly

We have breached the 1.5-degree Celsius mark of global average temperatures on 35 days of this year already

TOPSHOT - Traffic warden Rai Rogers mans his street corner during an 8-hour shift under the hot sun in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 12, 2023, where temperatures reached 106 degrees amid an ongoing heatwaves. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)(AFP)
Published on Feb 17, 2024 04:30 PM IST

Cracks in the ice: A continental shift in Antarctica

The continent is recording new lows in sea ice and new highs in temperature. Penguins are seeing record die-offs. What else is the ice telling us? Take a look.

Tourists and Adelie penguins at Seymour Island. Over 1 lakh tourists visited Antarctica in 2023. (Getty Images)
Updated on Feb 02, 2024 08:33 PM IST
ByNatasha Rego

We can't turn a blind eye to climate change when sea surface temperatures rise

2024 is already witnessing an early and unprecedented surge in ocean heat. This, after 2023 being the warmest year on record

Two men talk together on the shore after swimming in the sea at La Concha beach in San Sebastian on January 26, 2024 as temperatures around 30�C were recorded in Spain. Spain is affected by a heat wave worthy of the start of summer in the middle of January, according to the meteorological agency (Aemet), which is worried about this
Published on Jan 27, 2024 08:00 AM IST

Govt committed to make Himachal ‘green’ state by 2026: Sukhu

The state government has achieved a historic milestone with the operationalisation of the Kiratpur-Bilaspur-Mandi-Kullu-Manali-Keylong green corridor, hosting seven electric vehicle charging stations set to be officially inaugurated shortly

Himachal Pradesh chief minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu. (ANI)
Published on Jan 13, 2024 10:32 PM IST
By, Shimla

Number Theory: How sea surface temperatures broke records in 2023

Sea surface temperatures are important because sea temperature is among the big drivers of global climate

Warmer oceans lead to more water vapour in the atmosphere, which feeds weather events like rainfall, snowfall, and cyclones.(FILE AFP)
Updated on Jan 11, 2024 08:41 PM IST
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