User: subbu Topic: Climate Change
Category: Greenhouse Gases
Last updated: Aug 31 2020 11:34 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Mumbai’s Coastal Road: Making land in a drowning city 31.8.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Last fortnight, the Supreme Court conceded that the project is not exempt from environmental and wildlife clearances. Nevertheless, reclamation work continues.
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Carbon emissions for 2020 may fall by 8% due to coronavirus lockdown, says environment ministry 27.8.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
A joint secretary in the ministry said that while the pandemic had posed various challenges, it had also provided a chance to focus on climate change.
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Tezpur University first institute in NE to install rooftop solar power plant 23.8.2020 The Assam Tribune
Tezpur University first institute in NE to install rooftop solar power plant
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Meet Dr Rattan Lal, winner of the World Food Prize 18.8.2020 Rediff: News
'Respect nature, working with (it) rather than against it.'
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More people will die of extreme heat than of all infectious diseases combined 12.8.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Rising heat-related deaths due to climate change reveal an unequal world, with poorer countries at greater risk.
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Why our cities get submerged in the monsoon 4.8.2020 Rediff: News
'Urbanisation results in heavy rainfall events.'
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Could the campaign that made Swedes give up flying take off globally after the coronavirus crisis? 30.7.2020 Scroll.in
The 2018 movement reduced international flights at Swedish airports by 4% within a year.
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India, China and Russia do not take care of air, says Donald Trump, touts US energy policies 30.7.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The president claimed that ‘the Washington radical-left, crazy Democrats’ would send American jobs, factories and industries to foreign polluters.
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New study sparks reminder for seagrass preservation 8.7.2020 New Kerala: Technology
New study sparks reminder for seagrass preservation
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Why tree-plantation drives to fight climate risk may be counterproductive 3.7.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
According to a new study, single-tree plantations end up releasing more carbon than natural forests.
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‘Real environmental concerns should be basis of amendments’ 1.7.2020 The Assam Tribune
‘Real environmental concerns should be basis of amendments’
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India’s heatwaves will intensify four-fold by 2100, says its first climate assessment report 23.6.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The report also warns of increased stress on the country’s natural resources.
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Explained: How Global Warming changes Oceans 3.6.2020 Rediff: News
'When there is a change in the wind speed or the stress exerted on the surface, it will change the ocean currents.'
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Coronavirus: Global carbon emissions dipped by 17% because of lockdown, reveals study 20.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The study, published in the British journal Nature Climate Change, said India cut its carbon emissions by 26% in April.
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India’s weather conditions may become ‘near unliveable’ in the next 50 years, finds study 5.5.2020 Scroll.in
Globally, 3.5 billion people will be at the risk of living in places as hot as the Sahara desert if greenhouse gas emissions keep rising.
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What will a post-coronavirus world look like? Here are four possible scenarios 3.4.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
A descent into barbarism, robust capitalism, radical socialism or a society built on mutual aid?
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How the environment became the unexpected beneficiary of Coronavirus 18.3.2020 Hindu: Policy & Issues
To match the changing expectations of social distancing, the tourism industry is now leaving a considerably smaller carbon footprint
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Heat stress may impact over 1.2 billion people annually by 2100: study 14.3.2020 Hindu: Internet
This is more than 12 times the number who would have been affected without industrial era global warming
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High alert: We may lose half the world’s sandy beaches to sea-level rise by 2100 5.3.2020 Scroll.in
Even in the best case scenario, we will lose 37% of the world’s beaches.
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No single country is adequately protecting children’s health, future: report 23.2.2020 Hindu: Energy & Environment
They face existential threats from climate change and commercial pressures, say experts
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