scientists said they see no end to the way man-made climate change keeps shattering records.
Sustainable, climate-resilient, organic agriculture is allowing more and more women in Marathwada to feed their families and make money.
Climate change messing with monsoon patterns; havoc caused was noticed in rural and urban India this year
Climate change is now messing with the monsoon, making seasonal rains more intense and less predictable.
The project, known as "Remembrance of Climate Futures, is written from the perspective of someone looking back.
As severe multi-year droughts blight Asia, organisations are coming together to create toolkits and response mechanisms to deal with the crisis.
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.
Water crisis in India: Changing cropping patterns, recharging ground reserves imperative to avert disaster
Of 91 major water reservoirs in the country, 11 have zero percent storage. Further, almost two-thirds of the country's reservoirs have below normal levels
Each summer, Himalayan glaciers provide water to 221 million people from India to Kazakhstan who suffer from droughts.
The discoveries made from the study could have massive benefits for society & global population.
Human vulnerability to climate change can have a lot to do with where people choose to settle.
Higher intensity droughts due to deforestation have aggravated the effects of climate change.
A systematic evaluation of the forecast is needed to bridge the gap from forecasts to saving lives.
Citing Kerala floods, UN chief issues grave warning of inaction over climate change, calls for more leadership action
The UN Secretary-General referred to the Kerala floods, among other natural disasters across the world, to highlight the urgency of the climate crisis and the need to step up efforts to reverse course on climate change.
UN chief names Kerala floods, California wildfires in statement, says climate change 'running faster than we are'
Antonio Guterres warned that runaway climate change is a real possibility, with severe implications for communities, economies, peace and the security of nations.
Gayatri Kathayat and Ashish Sinha speak about why it is important to study the variability of the Indian summer monsoon over the last few thousand years.
The most important animal in your life, no matter where you are, is the mosquito. Therefore, you should know the facts about it. Separating fact from fancy can help us better protect ourselves.
States like Bihar are the worst victims of climate change as it frequently faces floods and droughts, Sushil Kumar Modi said.
Being free of the demands of a party in power, as Yogendra Yadav has been, can be liberating indeed
For the Modi-government, which has bet big on the rural India as the key economic growth driver and dreams of doubling the farm income in next five years, a good monsoon forecast brings a lot of relief.
Marathwada's drought: Dry lands, economic deprivation shrinking opportunities, driving workers away from Latur
At first glance, Latur looks like any other Indian town with its dusty congested streets and crowded bazaars. But looks can be deceptive. The town is the epicentre of a process of deindustrialisation and economic deprivation that has spread across the whole district.