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The Lahaul region in Himachal Pradesh is witnessing soaring temperatures this year, and this threatens to jeopardise its agriculture and traditional way of life
A readout by the White House said Modi and Biden discussed the 'destabilising impacts of Russia's war against Ukraine, with a particular focus on global food supply'.
As per the weather agency, the country also reported 1,750 deaths due to extreme weather events such as floods, cyclonic storms, heavy rain, landslides, lightning, among others, during the year
Climate risks will be irreversible even if world manages to limital global warming to 1.5C says UNEP report
The report suggests that governments use the fiscal recovery from the pandemic to prioritise interventions that achieve both economic growth and climate change resilience.
Developing self-reliance through environmental education in students requires an active engagement with local communities that have adopted sustainable practices over generation
The meeting between Modi and Sher Bahadur Deuba took place after the former launched the Initiative for the Resilient Island States (IRIS) for developing infrastructure of small island nations
Climate change is fueling heat waves, flooding, drought and nastier tropical cyclones. Extreme weather also costs the globe about $320 billion a year in economic losses, according to risk modeling firm AIR Worldwide
More than a million people on the country's parched southern tip are on the brink of famine and some are already dying, the rights watchdog said, as it has been hit by the worst drought in four decades
Despite decades of modernisation efforts, the Central Water Commission (CWC) does not have ‘real-time data’ on floods and depends on manual data for its policymaking.
COP26: Climate change tipping points are keeping scientists on their toes - Everything you need to know
In most cases, reversing the changes set in motion would be beyond the grasp of humanity for many generations, if not millennia.
48 countries most vulnerable to climate change effects laid out demands for richer nations ahead of COP26
The group also called for governments to update their emissions goals at each annual climate summit, something rich countries currently only do every five years.
Bitcoin miners set up private power plant, garners wrath of environmentalists as it threaten climate action
Greenidge Generation runs its own power plant to produce about 44 megawatts to run 15,300 computer servers which is enough to power more than 35,000 homes.
World's internet addiction comes at a costs to the climate but it can be a solution to the climate crisis
Among the many items on the COP26 agenda, countries are preparing a roadmap for using artificial intelligence (AI) to fight climate change.
Air pollution 'is now recognized as the single biggest environmental threat to human health' said Dr. Dorota Jarosinska, WHO Europe program manager for living and working environments
Larger-scale efforts to spread water more equitably have been uneven. Along the Deschutes River, where every drop is accounted for, many farmers worry that if they lease their water rights, even temporarily, they may not get them back
About 90 percent of the excess heat energy in the climate system over the past 50 years is stored in the ocean and only about one percent in the warming atmosphere
Leaders of the four countries — India, Australia, Japan and the USA — would discuss promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific, addressing the climate crisis and deepening their ties
Climate change is coming for your snacks: Why do repeated drought threaten dried fruits and veggies?
Drier conditions can affect the quality of fruit and vegetables at a cellular level, making them harder to process into dried foods
The Quad summit will take place amid China's aggressive behaviour in the resource-rich South China Sea