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Warmer ocean water destabilising ice shelves from below is also cracking them apart from above, increasing the chance they will break off .
The CRZ Notification, 2011, stipulates that all proposals have to be evaluated against the approved Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP).
He said the world must convert to clean energy and warned that climate change risked destroying humanity.
Mridula Ramesh's new book "The Climate Solution" presents a plethora of information, facts, figures and data on climate change in the context of India and provides a roadmap for the way forward.
At the initiative of Argentina and the United States, a statement will be issued on Sunday's election in crisis-hit Venezuela.
Trump has already canceled another earth science mission, the Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3, and announced the US pullout of the 2015 Paris climate accord.
Rain predictions in India is far from accurate because the meteorological models used at present reportedly ignores the conditions emanating from the sprawling 8,60,000 sq km Ganga river basin.
The dust storm killing over 120 people in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan this week, has raised serious concerns over extreme weather events in the country.
A weather station in the city of Nawabshah registered 50.2 degrees Celsius on Monday; or 122.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
In total, 13 of its companies have now committed to cut their emissions in line with the Paris Agreement goals by signing-up to a science-based target.
China is considered a potential leader in the fight against climate change after the US retreated from the Paris accord.
Report revealed richer nations including Britain, Australia, Singapore and Canada shirking their responsibilities, while the poorer members are picking up the slack.
Various organisations have come together to launch ‘Change Can Change Climate Change’ project The vision of the project will be to prepare the next generation to mitigate climate change.
Holding the line at 1.5 C (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), however, would make a huge difference, according to two separate studies published Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change.
Trump has taken an axe to the environmental regulations he inherited from his predecessor Obama, cutting dozens of rules ranging from fracking on public land to protections for endangered species.