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Rate of climate change in deep waters of the ocean could be to be seven times faster by 2050 even if we reduce emissions
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Rate of climate change in deep waters of the ocean could be to be seven times faster by 2050 even if we reduce emissions

The results also showed that no amount of carbon emission reduction can reverse the rate of change that has already taken place.

Deforestation, climate change will wipe out Madagascar's entire rainforest by 2070
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Deforestation, climate change will wipe out Madagascar's entire rainforest by 2070

Protected areas can help mitigate the devastation while long-term solutions for ending GHG emissions are found.

COP25: Madrid climate meet shows discord at critical juncture
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COP25: Madrid climate meet shows discord at critical juncture

COP25 was important because it would set the ground for talks on climate change, global warming at COP26.

Climate activist Greta Thunberg named Time's Person of the Year 2019 for 'turning vague anxieties about the planet into a worldwide movement'
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Climate activist Greta Thunberg named Time's Person of the Year 2019 for 'turning vague anxieties about the planet into a worldwide movement'

Greta Thunberg rose to global prominence last year by taking time off school to demonstrate outside Swedish parliament about the lack of action to combat climate change. Inspired by her weekly protest, millions of young people protested around the globe to put pressure on governments to act.

COP25 commences: Earth has a few turning points to avoid climate catastrophe — this week is one of them
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COP25 commences: Earth has a few turning points to avoid climate catastrophe — this week is one of them

Almost 200 world leaders have gathered in Madrid for climate talks which will determine the success of the Paris agreement.

Understanding Saturn's moon Titan's seasons might provide insights about Earth's climate
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Understanding Saturn's moon Titan's seasons might provide insights about Earth's climate

Titan is the only body in the solar system, other than Earth, with a significant atmosphere and liquid surface lakes.

The five different types of climate change denial that are trying to delay climate action
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The five different types of climate change denial that are trying to delay climate action

Fossil fuel industry, political lobbyists, media moguls have been sowing doubt about climate change among the public but their hold is waning.

Oxford Dictionary declares 'climate emergency' as Word of the Year for 2019
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Oxford Dictionary declares 'climate emergency' as Word of the Year for 2019

The word was selected from a list of 10 other words and is thought to reflect the ethos and mood of the passing year

Big storms can trigger stormquakes that shake the seafloor, but aren't dangerous to people
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Big storms can trigger stormquakes that shake the seafloor, but aren't dangerous to people

Stormquakes are more an oddity than something that can hurt you, since no one stands on the sea floor during a hurricane

Germany to invest over 100 billion Euros in 'Climate Protection', revise emissions targets for 2030
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Germany to invest over 100 billion Euros in 'Climate Protection', revise emissions targets for 2030

Germany accounts for roughly 2 percent of the global emissions blamed for warming, melting snowcaps, rising sea levels and violent weather events.

Urban poor face the brunt of climate change even if they don't contribute to it
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Urban poor face the brunt of climate change even if they don't contribute to it

For children, older residents and people coping with chronic diseases, air conditioning is the answer.

Greta Thunberg reaches New York to a staggering welcome following 3,000-mile journey by sailboat
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Greta Thunberg reaches New York to a staggering welcome following 3,000-mile journey by sailboat

She is in New York to attend and speak at the United Nations Climate Action Summit next month.

India has long way to go on meeting climate goals, Narendra Modi's target 'unrealistic', say environmental experts
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India has long way to go on meeting climate goals, Narendra Modi's target 'unrealistic', say environmental experts

It will take a long time before India achieves its Paris climate conference goals, environment experts said on Monday, terming as 'unrealistic' Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement on reaching the target set for 2030 in the next year and a half

Cities need more trees, but the commonly planted ones won't survive climate change
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Cities need more trees, but the commonly planted ones won't survive climate change

A study looked at climate change impacts on 176 of the most common tree species planted in Australian cities.

Climate change hits the French Alps hard, rockfalls and grey snow common occurrence
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Climate change hits the French Alps hard, rockfalls and grey snow common occurrence

Older visitors who return recall a time when they could touch ice just outside Montenvers tramstop.

Sweeping stretches of Arctic forests are burning, ‘unprecedented’ satellite images show
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Sweeping stretches of Arctic forests are burning, ‘unprecedented’ satellite images show

This, after the hottest June on global record, followed by a devastating heatwave in the US & forecast for the same in Europe.

Microbes in the Tundras could blow the roof off global warming with their emissions
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Microbes in the Tundras could blow the roof off global warming with their emissions

Microbes react very quickly — within five to seven years — to even slight changes in the climate.

Predicting weather is hard: A brief history of the National Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting
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Predicting weather is hard: A brief history of the National Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting

NCMWRF, founded in the 20th century, was among the first Indian institutions to acquire a supercomputer, in 1989.

OPEC secretary-general calls climate change activists 'greatest threat to industry'
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OPEC secretary-general calls climate change activists 'greatest threat to industry'

Mohammed Barkindo believes that the oil industry is part of the solution to the scourge of climate change.

Climate Change will soon become critical and India is unprepared to handle it
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Climate Change will soon become critical and India is unprepared to handle it

N H Ravindranath is heading the only Indian climate change study and will present it to the govt & UN.