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After corruption and poverty, religious conflict the most pressing problem for India: Survey

Aug 26, 2016

After corruption and poverty, religious conflict the most pressing problem for India: Survey

For millennials in India, religious conflict is the most pressing problems affecting the country after corruption and poverty, shows a new survey #India #Corruption #climate change #Poverty #WEF #Global Shapers Annual Survey
Climate change poses huge threat to survival of primates

Aug 11, 2016

Climate change poses huge threat to survival of primates

Climate change is likely to pose a huge challenge to the survival of the world's primate populations, including monkeys, apes and lemurs, especially in Central America, the Amazon and southeastern Brazil, as well as portions of East and Southeast Asia, says a study. #Brazil #climate change #NewsTracker #Amazon #Central America
Tanzania: Climate change causing fish to vanish in Lake Tanganyika

Aug 09, 2016

Tanzania: Climate change causing fish to vanish in Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika is known for diverse species, many of which are unique to the lake, with hundreds of species found nowhere else #climate change #fish #Tanzania #Global warming #EarthAndBeyond #Lake Tanganyika
On World Youth Day, Pope Francis to find a Catholic Poland out of step with his vision

Jul 26, 2016

On World Youth Day, Pope Francis to find a Catholic Poland out of step with his vision

Poland is at odds with Pope Francis on the refugee situation, and on climate change bowing to Poland's powerful coalmining lobby. #climate change #Middle East #ConnectTheDots #Poland #Vatican #Catholic Church #Krakow #refugees #Pope Francis #World Youth Day #Polish Church
First half of 2016 was planet's warmest half-year on record: Nasa

Jul 20, 2016

First half of 2016 was planet's warmest half-year on record: Nasa

The six-month period from January to June was the planet's warmest half-year on record, and also had the lowest Arctic sea ice extent. #World #Life #Environment #climate change #NewsTracker #Nasa #Global warming #Pollution #Arctic sea ice #Shareworthy
Climate change didn't spark tech innovations in early humans, says new study

Jul 13, 2016

Climate change didn't spark tech innovations in early humans, says new study

Countering a common perception, a new study suggests that climate change, after all, may not have been directly linked to cultural and technological innovations of Middle Stone Age humans in southern Africa. #climate change #NewsTracker #science #Global warming #PLoS One #FPScience #Middle Stone Age
If elected US president, Trump will be the only head of state to call climate change a hoax: Study

Jul 12, 2016

If elected US president, Trump will be the only head of state to call climate change a hoax: Study

If elected president, Donald Trump would be the only head of state in the world to contend that climate change is a hoax, according to a study. #United States #World #China #Donald Trump #US #Environment #climate change #Vladimir Putin #Kim Jong-un #Xi Jinping #Shareworthy #Sierra Club #Paris accord
Modi in Africa: A brief but eventful visit to Tanzania

Jul 11, 2016

Modi in Africa: A brief but eventful visit to Tanzania

On the fourth day of the Africa tour, Modi visited Tanzania. He had wide-ranging talks with President John Magufuli on maritime security and climate change. #Terrorism #Narendra Modi #climate change #Africa #Indian diaspora #Tanzania #Maritime security #Dar es Salaam #John Magufuli #Modi In Africa #solar mamas #Modi in Tanzania #Kassim Majaliwa