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The editorial cited research released last week that said China and India should easily exceed the targets they set for themselves in the 2015 Paris Agreement signed by more than 190 countries.
Rex Tillerson left behind a US capital in a frenzy over President Trump's abrupt dismissal of FBI director James Comey, whose agency was investigating Russian interference in the US election.
Around three dozen states - even some headed by Republicans - have established policies that require power companies to expand the amount of renewable energy they produce in the coming decade.
Tuesday night’s hailstorm that lashed the city was not abnormality but need for studies confirming a relationship between climate change and frequency of hailstorms has been cited.
US President Donald Trump's threats to pull America out of the climate-rescue Paris Agreement is expected to cast a long shadow over UN talks starting Monday.
Falling oxygen levels in water have the potential to impact the habitat of marine organisms worldwide.
Science Express Climate Action Special (SECAC), an exhibition train, will spread the word about global warming and climate change at four stations under the East Coast Railway jurisdiction between May
The action plan will look into various aspects, including farming practices proven to be effective for reducing water use.
The science of climate change didn't change with any particular election, Jim Yong Kim said.
The retreat of one of Canada's largest glaciers has changed the flow of a northern river almost overnight in an extreme case of river piracy.
The United States "reserved its position" on the text about commitments made by G7 countries under the 2015 Paris climate accord, the Italian minister for economic development said.
European Investment Bank President Werner Hoyer today met PM Modi and appreciated India's strong and proactive measures in the field of climate change.
Michael Mann was the only mainstream climate scientist on the four-member panel that included three noted deniers of the scientific consensus on global warming.
Replying to question in the Rajya Sabha, the government said that the IMD studies have highlighted that extreme events like heat waves have risen in the last 30 years.
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes and Solar Impulse pilot Bertrand Piccard expressed fears about US President Trump's moves to roll back environmental protections.
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