User: subbu Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Storm
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Climate change threatens our planet 7.4.2007 CNN-IBN: World
Scientists say climate change is entirely man made and its impact can be seen in plants, animals, water and ice.
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Climate change will hit the poor hard, says report 7.4.2007 Hindu: International
U.S. defiant; pressure increases on Governments to act
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Averting climate-change catastrophe 6.4.2007 Star of Mysore
Averting climate-change catastrophe
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Goa, going, gone: Tourism faces climate chaos 6.4.2007 Financial Express
Goa, going, gone: Tourism faces climate chaos
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Goa, going, gone: Tourism faces climate chaos 6.4.2007 Express India-- Front Page
Enjoy your exotic Asian beach or skiing holidays while you can. In coming decades, warmer weather, rising seas, more intense storms, even changes in ocean currents will literally wipe some idyllic destinations off the tourist map, experts say.
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Key report to say world already feeling effects of global warming 5.4.2007 New Kerala: India News
London, Apr 5 : There is evidence that the world is already feeling the effects of climate change and has been for the past decade, according to a researcher involved in last minute discussions taking place on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report in Brussels, Belgium.
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Global warming likely to continue 2.4.2007 Central Chronicle
Global warming likely to continue
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World's poorest countries to be worst hit by climate change 1.4.2007 New Kerala: World News
London, Apr 1: The world's poorest countries will suffer most from man-made climate change this century, the draft report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has said.
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US investor drumbeat grows louder on global warming 31.3.2007 New Kerala: World News
By Pat Reber, Washington, March 31 : It wasn't the hand wringing over disappearing species, the Kyoto Protocol warnings on carbon emissions or even the spectre of human extinction that finally moved them.
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Climate Watch on the small screen 30.3.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
Over the past few years, India has witnessed unusual climatic conditions. And now BBC World will air "Climate Watch" in April that will explore the effects of climate change across the globe, with a special focus on India. As part of BBC World's ...
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Mega cities at risk of rising sea levels 29.3.2007 Sify News
More than two-thirds of the world's large cities are in areas vulnerable to global warming and rising sea levels, and millions of people are at risk of being swamped by flooding and intense storms, according to a new study released on Wednesday.
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Growing threat of rising sea levels 29.3.2007 Hindu: Opinion
Asia, with its high population densities, is particularly at risk.
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City blind to the perils of changing climate 22.3.2007 The Statesman
City blind to the perils of changing climate
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Don't exaggerate climate dangers, warn scientists 19.3.2007 Hindu: Opinion
LEADING CLIMATE change experts have warned of the "Hollywoodisation" of global warning and criticised American scientists for exaggerating the message of global warming. Paul Hardaker and Chris Collier of the U.K.'s Royal Meteorological Society ...
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Last of the wild: Fiddling while India burns 18.3.2007 Deccan Herald
Last of the wild: Fiddling while India burns
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Global warming blamed for extreme weather in Qinghai-Tibet 14.3.2007 New Kerala: World News
Beijing, Mar 14: Unusually heavy snow in March in the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan plateau have prompted Chinese meteorologists to believe global warming is responsible for the extreme weather in the fragile Himalayan region.
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Plan B for global warming? 13.3.2007 Financial Express
Plan B for global warming?
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Asia’s growth stifling West 13.3.2007 Deccan Herald
Asia’s growth stifling West
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Atlantic Ocean warming linked to stronger hurricanes 8.3.2007 Hindu: Science & Technology
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Global impact of Asia's pollution 6.3.2007 BBC South Asia
The Asian "brown cloud" of pollution is affecting weather systems globally, according to research.
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