User: Genecampaign Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Glacier
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Amazon state adopts Brazil's first global warming law 6.6.2007 IndiaInfo.com
Amazon state gears up to reduce the effect of global warming by plans which are progressive.
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The bell tolls for the birds 6.6.2007 Deccan Herald
The bell tolls for the birds
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World Environment Day observed 6.6.2007 TOI: Cities
A string of functions marked the World Environment Day here on Tuesday.
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When ice melts 5.6.2007 The Assam Tribune
When ice melts
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Science, politics and global warming 5.6.2007 The Assam Tribune
Science, politics and global warming
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'The science is absolutely first rate' 5.6.2007 Rediff: News
'There is not a parallel on this planet, in any field of endeavour as you have in the case of the IPCC.' Dr R K Pachauri defends the science involved in drafting the reports on climate change.
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Millions to be affected by melting snows: report 5.6.2007 Rediff: News
Melting snow and glaciers on the mountains of Asia alone could affect approximately 40 per cent of the planet's population, the report noted.
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Global warming: A threat to existence 5.6.2007 Central Chronicle
Global warming: A threat to existence
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'Melting Ice: A Hot Topic' 4.6.2007 Rediff: Business
Countires across the globe celebrate World Environment Day on June 5. And the theme this year is 'Melting Ice – a Hot Topic.'
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Melting ice accelerates global warming: UN report 4.6.2007 DNA: Top News
If snow and ice continue to melt, this will amplify global warming. Rising sea levels would drown coastal areas, said Paal Prestrud at a press conference
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'It is hard to imagine carbon as an illegal substance' 4.6.2007 Financial Express
'It is hard to imagine carbon as an illegal substance'
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The heat is on 3.6.2007 Financial Express
The heat is on
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Everest ice forest melting due to global warming 30.5.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
The serac forest near Mount Everest's base camp is rapidly shrinking as a result of global warming, say Greenpeace.
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Climate change India's grave concern 28.5.2007 Central Chronicle
Climate change India's grave concern
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Himalayan global warming fears 21.5.2007 BBC South Asia
Fears are growing that global warming is making Himalayan glaciers increasingly unsafe, reports the BBC's Surendra Phuyal.
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As the world turns, ... and heats 1.9.2004 India Together - Environment

Climate change is already affecting millions of people; many are forced to do the things that everyone else should be doing too - conserve forests, curtail excess use of water, and roll back pollution. Ramesh Menon reports.
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Modi's Himalayan warning: A surgical strike on greenhouse gases? 1.1.1970 Sify News
12,000 ft above sea level in the Garhwal Himalayas was an extraordinary event. It will probably go down in history as the highest level of meditation ever performed by any head of government.
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Climate change will melt vast parts of Himalayas: Study 1.1.1970 Sify News
At least a third of the ice in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region could melt by the end of this century due to climate change, even if there is aggressive action to curb greenhouse gases and meet the goals of the Paris climate agreement,according to a new study.
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Pakistan to launch observatory satellite 1.1.1970 Sify News
Pakistan is set to launch the indigenously developed PakTES-1A observatory satellite in July, the Foreign Ministry announced.
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Glaciers melting in Gilgit-Baltistan due to CPEC project 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Pakistan occupied Kashmir], Mar 4 (ANI): Thirty-six glacial lakes in various valleys of Gilgit-Baltistan have been declared dangerous with seven of them posing a major threat to the people, said a
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