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January- The Hottest Month Ever Recorded

Last month was the warmest January ever recorded, U.S. government forecasters say, with human-led climate change the leading cause. Global temperatures were 1.13 degrees Celsius...

Researchers Record the Hottest Temperature in the Antarctic Region

Researchers at a base in the Antarctic say they have recorded the hottest temperature there since readings began more than 60 years ago. The World...

River Ice Cover Declines Rapidly due to Global Warming: Study

River ice cover will decline by about six days for every one degree Celsius increase in global temperatures, leading to economic and environmental consequences,...

Glaciers in Alaska Melting due to Climate Change

Alaska will soon close a year that is shaping up as its hottest on record, with glaciers in the "Frontier State" melting at record...

Here are 5 Mistakes that may Kill Your Plants in Winters

As winter approaches, humans go into power-saving mode and do all that it takes to make the cold season as cosy as possible. Considering...

Australia Witnesses Driest Spring Season in 120 Years of Recorded History: BoM

Australia has witnessed its driest spring season in 120 years of recorded history, the country's Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) revealed on Monday. In its spring...

Earth’s Rapid warming in Late 20th Century Far More Widespread than Any Temperature Variations

Earth's rapid warming in the late 20th century was far more widespread than any temperature variations during the previous 2,000 years, according to a...

Dangerously High Temperatures in United States could Quickly Cause Heat Stress

The National Weather Service warned that dangerously high temperatures and humidity in the United States over the weekend could quickly cause heat stress or...

Australia’s Adelaide Records New National High Temperature

Adelaide sweltered through the highest temperature ever recorded by a major Australian city on Thursday, peaking at a searing 46.6 degrees Celsius (115.9 degrees...

Temperatures Of The Ocean Rising Faster Than Previously Believed: Scientists

The world's oceans are rising in temperature faster than previously believed as they absorb most of the world's growing climate-changing emissions, scientists said Thursday. Ocean...

In 30 Years Cities Will Face Dramatic Rise In Heat And Flood: Researchers

  In just 30 years, cities around the world will face dramatically higher risks from extreme heat, coastal flooding, power blackouts and food and water...

Climate Change Changes The Cost Of Eating Veggies

Keeping healthy could become more costly as climate change and water scarcity cause a huge drop in the global production of vegetables and legumes,...

Baby Turtle Turns Into a Male, Adding Fresh Dimensions to Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination Theory

Inching closer to cracking the 50-year-old puzzle of how temperature turns baby turtles male or female, researchers have uncovered a molecular link that connects...

Archaeologists discover a 5,000 year-old beer making room in China

Archaeologists in china have unearthed a 5,000 year-old brewery that had "beer-making tool kits" in underground rooms built between 3400 and 2900 B.C. This...

A new scientific research reveals the temperature of ‘Super Earth’

London: Using data from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, an international team of astronomers that also includes an Indian-origin scientist has for the first time...

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