The energy cost of desalination and Qatar’s heavy reliance on it add to questions about Qatar and FIFA’s promise that the World Cup will have almost no effect on the climate
Scientists are more concerned about global warming than three decades ago, when governments first came together to discuss the problem because the pace of warming in the past decade is 33% faster than in the 1990s
IEA energy outlook report's scenario is based on prevailing policy settings that see a definitive peak in global demand for fossil fuels
The first air conditioner was invented in 1902 by Willis Carrier. Today, the world has over two billion ACs – one for every four people on Earth – and experts say they’re contributing to climate change
The film uses a poetic style to convey a technical environmental solution that is frequently unreachable.
Europe has seen a series of extreme weather events — heatwaves, wildfires and storms, record-breaking droughts — making it hard for them to ignore the dangerous effects of climate change
Scientists have predicted that Fairbourne, founded in the late 1880s by a Victorian flour merchant and now home to up to 900 people, faces the risk of being drowned owing to rising sea levels
The bill will infuse nearly $375 billion over the decade in climate change-fighting strategies, which is the biggest investment ever in the US. The Democrats believe it could put the country on a path to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent by 2030
The ruling coalition wants to cut emissions of pollutants, predominantly nitrogen oxide and ammonia which are produced by livestock, by 50 per cent nationwide by 2030
The continent has endured five of its hottest summers since 1500, with temperatures reaching up to 47 degrees Celsius in some regions, leaving many dead.
Addressing the Indian diaspora in Denmark during his visit to the Nordic nation, PM Modi asked each one of them to convince at least their five non-Indian friends to visit India
Expert Avantika Goswami dissects IPCC's latest report: 'Every new piece of hard science about climate change is crucial'
"The mention of mental health being affected by climate change, and the confirmation that the poor are hurt the most, are very positive developments in this report," says Avantika Goswami.
In her new book Watershed, climate expert Mridula Ramesh stresses on urgent need of water management in India
"While conscience is good for spurring a change, it is less effective in sustaining a change. That’s why we need good economics and design to come in to sustain the action we want to see," says Mridula Ramesh.
Earlier this year, Japan and Australia opened a joint project in the state of Victoria to turn a type of coal called lignite, or brown coal, into hydrogen
Both sides decided to hold India-EU High-Level Platform on Smart Grid Replication, identifying possible opportunities and barriers for replicating and upscaling smart grid projects in India
Narendra Modi launches Infrastructure for Resilient Island States; calls it shared atonement for sins
The IRIS is not just about infrastructure but it is part of a very sensitive responsibility of human welfare, said the prime minister
Narendra Modi, Boris Johnson to launch infrastructure resilience project for small island nations at COP26 today
The India-led key initiative will be launched in the presence of heads of states from eight other countries and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres
The General Assembly’s first in-person meeting since the pandemic began shows that international cooperation matters, says Richard Gowan, UN director of the International Crisis Group
John Kerry has asked the Indian government to raise its 'climate ambitions' further and that US wants to work closely with India and do whatever it can to help
The plant is designed to capture 4,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide out of the air every year