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'Would not recommend penalties', US regulators close investigation into Exxon Mobil climate disclosures
The US Securities and Exchange Commission told Exxon in a letter on Thursday it had closed the case and would not recommend penalties against the oil company.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was under pressure to sack members of his administration after the fires at the coastal resort of Mati on July 23, the deadliest in Greek history.
The annual State of the Climate Report, compiled by more than 450 scientists from over 60 countries, describes worsening climate conditions worldwide in 2017.
Meteorologists say the summer weather conditions are a result of climate change.
In a clear case of linguistic discrimination, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has announced awards ‘only’ for Hindi authors, who penned books.
The study has also found that malaria has spread to new areas and its transmission may increase in duration, the Minister of Environment Forest and Climate Change Harsh Vardhan said.
The expert group is mandated for development of different monitoring techniques and predictions for thunderstorms and the group is expected to come out with a better strategy by March 2019.
As per the analysis, rampant logging is one of the major causes of deforestation world over and 90 per cent of logging is illegal.
Obama has criticised his successor President Donald Trump for failing to consider scientific research on the subject of climate change.
The stretch between Manmohan Bungalow and Gold Links road has been selected for the pilot project.
Increase irrigated land to protect the country from climate change impact: Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramaniam
The Central government’s push on renewable energy shows its commitment to tackle climate change, said Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramaniam on Monday.
Presently, the percentage of irrigated land in India is less than 50 per cent, the negative impact of climate change in the irrigated area is relatively low compared to non-irrigated area.
Recent research shows global temperatures will go up by seven degrees by 2036 and mankind will be dead. The time to act is now.
She said that the capacity of developing countries to translate their political commitments into tangible initiatives and projects gets constrained by lack of predictable.
Coming as a boost to conservation efforts, the Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change is planning to notify 500 metres around Udhayamarthandapuram Bird Sanctuary.