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Climate Change And Credit Risk

The primary impacts of climate change are obvious, from the unprecedented fires in Australia to the melting ice caps in the Arctic. However more...

Raindrops Can Help Identify Potentially Habitable Planets

The size of raindrops can help identify potentially habitable planets outside our solar system, according to new research. The study led by researchers from...

Fake News On Social Media About Climate Emerged As A Barrier

While technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) could help the world deal with dangerous climate and environmental change, fake news on social media about...

2020 Ended Up Being The 8th Warmest Year Since 1901

The Climate Research and Services (CRS) of the Indian Meteorological Department has released a statement on the Climate of India during 2020 which said...

Adding Climate Literacy In School Curriculum Is A Long Overdue Key To Solve

Since its launch just two months ago, the international campaign to secure stepped-up ambition on climate education and support the growth of the green...

India Sees Consecutive Year-On-Year Decline In Coal Funding: Report

The third annual Coal vs Renewable Financial Analysis 2019 marks a second consecutive year-on-year decline in coal funding in India following a 90 percent...

Climate Change Is Equal to More Weather Disasters Every Year: UN

In the wake of heat waves, global warming, forest fires, storms, droughts and a rising number of hurricanes, the U.N. weather agency is warning...

1 in 3 People Still Not Adequately Covered by Early Warning Systems Before Disasters: Report

Over the past 50 years, more than 11,000 disasters have been attributed to weather, climate and water-related hazards, involving two million deaths and $3.6...

Bangladesh PM Urges Countries To Increase Contributions To Fight Climate Change

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged all the countries to increase their "determined contributions" to combat the climate change menace and execute the...

Sustainable Farming Should Be Taught In School, Feels Bhumi Pednekar

Sustainable farming should be taught as a subject at school level, feels Bhumi Pednekar. Her observation comes after the actress did some reading to...

Improvement In Food Systems Can Help Achieve Climate Goals: Report

Policymakers can improve the chances of achieving climate goals and limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by making more specific commitments to transforming...

International Satellite Providing Most Accurate Sea Level Data Completes Testing

An international satellite that will collect the most accurate data yet on sea levels around the world, a key indicator of how Earth's warming...

Change Course on Environment, Urges UN chief to Entire World

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has asked the entire world to change course on the environment, according to World and International News. "We are harming the...

Thousands of Australians Get Killed Each Year Due To Heat: Study

Australian researchers have called to add climate change as an official cause of death after a study published on Thursday found that heat-related deaths...

All You Need to Know About Lung Cancer and Air Pollution

IANSlife spoke to Dr Vikas Maurya, Director & Head, Department of Pulmonology & Sleep Disorders, Fortis Hospital, New Delhi to find out more about...

Here’s how a Small Stretch of Ocean Boosted a Conservation Movement

From the surface, these 22 square miles of water are unexceptional.But dip beneath the surface — go down 60 or 70 feet — and...

Climate Change: Greenhouse Gas Concentrations Again Break Records

Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases once again reached new highs in 2018, a media report said on Monday. Though the increase...

More than 11,000 Scientists Declare ‘Climate Emergency’

A global team of more than 11,000 scientists is warning that the planet “clearly and unequivocally faces a climate emergency.” In a report published Tuesday...

11,258 Scientists Warn The World About ‘Climate Emergency’

More than 11,000 scientists in 153 countries have declared a climate emergency around the world and also warned of 'untold suffering' unless there is...

No Time for “Blame Game” in Fight against Climate Change

The Seychelles president is warning there's no time for a “blame game” in the fight against climate change and he urges major nations to...

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Idleness Might Take A Toll On Children’s Minds During COVID Lockdowns

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