User: subbu Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Sea Level
Last updated: May 23 2017 08:05 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Hawaii faces more flooding with possible record high tides 23.5.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Hawaii will likely suffer more coastal flooding this week driven by record high tides, a symptom of global warming that could become routine within decades, scientists said Monday.
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It's high time we take politics out of 'climate change' debates: Here's why 22.5.2017 Business Standard: News Now
In climate-controlled place, weather is a reminder of one's privilege, luck or hardship
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How melting ice sheets in Antarctica could wreak havoc around world 20.5.2017 TOI: Home
Recent computer forecasts suggest that if greenhouse emissions continue at a high level, parts of Antarctica could break up rapidly, causing the sea to rise 6 feet or more by the end of this century.
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Climate Council: Climate, health and economics are against Carmichael mine 19.5.2017 All International Stories
The Great Barrier Reef has suffered consecutive mass bleaching events in 2016 and 2017
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Researchers warn against betting on deployment of carbon removal technologies 19.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Two researchers from the Stanford University on Friday warned against betting the future of the planet on massive-scale deployment of carbon removal technologies.
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Urban flood and effective management strategies 15.5.2017 Kangla Online
Urban flood and effective management strategies
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Satellites detect rapid surge of Arctic glacier 13.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Using data from European Space Agency's Sentinel-1 satellites, researchers have detected rapid acceleration of an Arctic glacier.
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Why does the Indian Ocean rise and fall? 13.5.2017 Hindu: Energy & Environment
How is global warming affecting oceans?There are two broad mechanisms at work. Heat trapped in the atmosphere due to rising sea levels makes water expand and separately, melting ice sheets begin to ad...
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Call for agriculture sensitive to nutrition 12.5.2017 Hindu: Chennai
Scientists discuss climate change
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Antarctic ice sheet remains stable: study 7.5.2017 Hindu: Energy & Environment
Central parts of Antarctica’s ice sheet have been stable for millions of years, even when conditions were considerably warmer than present, new research suggests. The study of mountains in West Antarc...
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Antarctic ice sheet stable since warmer times: study 7.5.2017 DNA: Evolutions
The findings could also show how ice loss might contribute to sea level rise.
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Let's accept climate uncertainties and start planning for them with honesty 3.5.2017 Business Standard: News Now
A column on the climate set off yet another dangerous tempest of exaggeration and simplification
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Refuge from the sinking islands 2.5.2017 Hindu: Opinion
We need an international forum to help small island nations threatened by rising sea levels
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From Infosys to Baahubali, here are top stories for May 2 2.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Here are the stories you should check out today
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Curious case of dip, rise in Indian seas 1.5.2017 Hindu: Energy & Environment
Scientists say such a ‘decadal swing’ in North Indian Ocean is unique and never observed in others
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Global sea levels may rise by over three metres: study 27.4.2017 DNA: Evolutions
An international team, including researchers from University of Southampton in the UK, looked at what might happen if carbon dioxide emissions continue unabated.
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There could be a rise in global sea levels by over three metres: Experts 27.4.2017 Zee News : Science and Technology
An international team, including researchers from University of Southampton in the UK, looked at what might happen if carbon dioxide emissions continue unabated.
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Arctic thaw quickening threatens trillion-dollar costs - report 25.4.2017 DNA: Evolutions
The Arctic's quickening thaw is melting the permafrost under buildings and roads from Siberia to Alaska, raising world sea levels and disrupting temperature patterns further south, an international study said on Tuesday.
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Children spread message loud and clear 23.4.2017 Hindu: Visakhapatnam
The Hindu in association with Essar Steel holds contest on Earth Day
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Global warming, a chance to reset development paradigm 21.4.2017 Deccan Herald - Analysis
The United Nations has marked April 22 as the International Mother Earth Day, and this year the theme is "Environmental and Climate literacy." Literacy, which refers to the knowledge-status of a person, drives change. At this juncture, the Mother Earth is stressed from overuse and pollution. Hence, promoting literacy about environmental degradation and global warming is necessary to create a demand for adjusting the trajectory of modern development towards sustainability and wellbeing. The pursuit of development has led to the current global warming trend. It is a manmade planetary scale phenomenon. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), impacts of global warming are evident in the sea level rise, melting of polar icecaps and increase in extreme climate events. Global warming poses a direct threat to the sustainability of food production, fresh water supplies and human health. Release of carbon dioxide from human developmental activities is the major cause of the current ...
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