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Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019
news about Intergovernmental panel on climate change
Aug 29, 2019 23:58
Thirty percent of the northern hemisphere’s permafrost could melt by century’s end unleashing billions of tonnes of carbon and accelerating global warming read more
Dec 16, 2018 08:06
There are some bright spots in the text, though. It talks about setting a new collective finance goal post 2020, higher than the current goal of 100 billion USD per year. The text also urges developed country parties to channel more grant based resources... read more
Nov 30, 2018 11:38
India is well placed to take action on climate change, and has voluntarily embarked on a path of higher ambition. Yet, the state of global climate is by definition one that requires collective international effort. The outcome of decisions made now will... read more
Nov 05, 2018 13:31
As predicted, parts of the earth would become too hot to sustain life and the rising sea levels would submerge islands and low-lying coastal areas of various countries. Resultantly, the rising seas, droughts, food and water shortages will trigger large... read more
Oct 29, 2018 19:42
India-origin scientist V Balaji is part of the team engaged in developing models that simulate climate change and its effects and are used in reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He has also ensured that Indian and South African... read more
Oct 19, 2018 17:23
The IPCC Report acknowledges that “the pathways to avoiding an even hotter world would require a swift and complete transformation not just of the global economy but of society too.” read more
Oct 17, 2018 11:40
Despite occupying only 0.1% of the ocean’s area, coral reefs support about one-fourth of marine species in the world. About 500 million people in the world are dependent on them for food and fisheries read more
Aug 25, 2018 20:02
We all know that development comes with a cost, but as such tragedies strike, the poor suffers the most and they seem to pay a higher price. read more
Jun 15, 2018 07:02
The periodicity and duration of dry spells in the country, which is leading to the dust storms, are rising as total rainfall events reduce – a direct consequence of climate change and global warming. read more