Climate change is a reality and can majorly impact numerous species that are endemic to the Western Ghats.
This is the first time that the prime minister has spoken on the issue since the United Nations' COP26 summit concluded on November 13.
Experts said India has been predicted to deliver the strongest GDP growth of 9.5% in APAC in 2021, compared to just 6.5% for the region.
Two crucial climate issues are agricultural emissions and the role of local governments in mitigating global warming. But they are not getting the attention they deserve in India.
The International Agronomics Congress also revealed how major crops like barley, rice, maize, potatoes, soybean and vegetables will suffer nutritional loss by an average of 3 per cent by 2050.
India aims to enhance the share of natural gas in its energy basket from 7.6 per cent to 15 per cent by 2030.
Other key issues to be discussed are the security situation in Kashmir and Naxal areas, cyber crime, refugee crisis, cyber threat from China, radicalisation of youth and impact of extremism.
The talk of climate change adaptation at a global event flies in the face of the state-sponsored accentuation of the crisis.
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19-year-old Aniket Gupta - along with Aditya Dubey, Seher Taneja and Dwishojoyee Banerjee - petitioned the government to incorporate climate education in the curriculum of Delhi schools.
Al-Jaber argued over $600 billion annually will need to be invested in the oil and gas industry until 2030 — just to keep up with expected global demand.
It’s good that 100 nations have pledged to improve things. A very clear conclusion has not been reached as to how much money will be given by the rich nations.
As India, UK call COP26 summit a 'success', scientists skeptical on how alive 1.5 temperature limit is
Negotiators from nearly 200 countries have accepted a new climate agreement after the COP26 summit in Glasgow concluded its extra time plenary on Saturday with a deal.
Indian Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav argued against a provision on phasing out coal, saying that developing countries were “entitled to the responsible use of fossil fuels.”
The frequency and intensity of heavy precipitation events have increased. At the same time, climate change has contributed to an increase in drought in many regions.