Global Warming News
The Sound of Music: How climate change threatens quality of acoustic guitars, violins and other string instruments
Spruces are the most common tree in Switzerland, and the hitherto stable climate in the Jura made the species perfect for producing tonewood for acoustic string instruments. But climate change has brought drier, warmer weather, threatening the special tonal qualities of the wood
Human population is 8 billion strong: Where does it leave space and resources for animals and other species?
Nearly 20 plant and animal species are becoming extinct every hour according to a National Wildlife Federation report from the US
For the sake of the planet, Les Knight, the founder of the Voluntary Human Extinction movement, has spent decades pushing one message: 'May we live long and die out'
The establishment of a fund to help poor nations getting hit hard by extreme weather events was one of the most significant decisions to come out of US climate talks in the last 30 years
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
In order to absorb 175,000 tonnes of CO2 each year, the initiative will also make use of abandoned areas that are located between roadways and buildings. When completed, Madrid's "green wall" will consist of a forest of native trees that can absorb both CO2 and heat produced by human activities
Climate warming is affecting the Arctic three times as fast as other parts of the world, and sea ice, the habitat of the polar bear, is gradually disappearing
Global warming is making the planet much hotter to a degree beyond not just human survivability but also that of myriad organisms
The pollutants caused by generators add to the many environmental woes of the Middle East, which is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to the impact of climate change. The region already has high temperatures and limited water resources even without the growing impact of global warming
Britain's new King Charles III 'been ahead of the public awareness and political awareness' for environment
When Britain hosted the COP26 climate summit in Scotland last year, Charles gave the opening speech, urging world leaders seated in front of him to redouble their efforts to confront global warming and warning: 'Time has quite literally run out'
India will have to balance its laudable 2070 net-zero target with a gradual but pragmatic shift away from fossil fuels without sacrificing an iota of its economic growth potential
The vast majority of Greenland has been covered by an ice sheet for 18 million years for being largely located within the Arctic Circle.
The monsoon is vital for agriculture and therefore for the livelihoods of millions of farmers and for food security. However, it brings destruction every year in landslides and floods. Unregulated construction in flood-prone areas exacerbates the damage
The study said a heat index considered "extremely dangerous", where it exceeds 124 degrees, will likely strike a tropical belt that includes India one to four weeks a year by century's end
Tibetan Plateau to experience significant water loss this century due to global warming, say research
The reservoirs of the Tibetan Plateau, which covers much of southern China and northern India, are fed by monsoons and currently supply most of the water demand for nearly two billion people
A new study shows that the Arctic has warmed nearly four times faster than the rest of the world over the past 43 years. This is alarming, because the Arctic contains sensitive and delicately balanced climate components that, if pushed too hard, will respond with global consequences
Many pieces of President Joe Biden's domestic agenda have been thrown overboard, but his proposals on climate change remain largely intact
World Nature Conservation Day is an attempt to recognise that a well-functioning environment is the need of the hour for sustaining a productive human society
People got stunned after watching the unusual happening. While some of them blamed the poor design and engineering defect of the bridge, most expressed their concern about the rising temperature