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Dec 03, 2019
Amazon fires in Brazil are causing glaciers in South America's Andes to melt even fasterThe Amazon rainforest burns every year, but the past few months saw the numbers increase by more than 70 percent.
Oct 30, 2019
More than two-thirds of the populations in China, India, Thailand are at risk due to rising sea levelsMajor storms that used to happen once a century will happen on average once a year in many places.
Oct 03, 2019
'Victor'ious eagle to record melting of Alp's glaciers with a camera mounted on his backVictor will embark upon five flights this week over the Alps, with each flight lasting three to five kilometres.
Sep 26, 2019
Humankind needs to rescue the oceans to rescue itself, scientists warns in UN IPCC Oceans reportHalting global warming, won't stop the major changes underway in the world's oceans, but will buy time to understand future impacts and how to adapt.
Sep 19, 2019
Quickly melting glaciers spell water trouble for the world's highest capital in BoliviaAndean snowcaps. which fill the city's reservoirs, are disappearing at a rate that has alarmed scientists
Mar 27, 2019
Scientists discover a network of lakes beneath the largest glacier in East AntarticaResearchers undertake seismic studies to find out if there is bedrock or water.
Oct 22, 2018
China's melting glacier among world's largest freshwater sources, scientists worriedAsia’s largest 10 rivers (including Yangtze, Yellow, Mekong, & Ganges) are fed by seasonal melting.
Jun 06, 2016
Red alert: Why we need to act now to counter the challenges of climate changeThe science of climate change is complex and to tackle this, we need a paradigm shift at a personal level. But are we as humans contributing enough to counter the challenges the crisis has put forth?
Nov 17, 2015
Melting glaciers, sinking coastlines, stunted farming: How global warming is hurting IndiaIndia's government is one of the few major economies refusing to pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions, ahead of this month's major climate conference in Paris, despite the melting Himalayan glaciers its capital is choking on the world's filthiest air.