Heatwaves and floods which used to be ‘once-in-a-century’ events are becoming more regular occurrences.
As climate cycles become unpredictable and weather patterns turn volatile, large sections of the Indian population are becoming vulnerable to natural disasters like flash floods and earthquakes.
From the third driest June in 54 years to the rainiest September in 102 years, the monsoon season in India has wreaked havoc across the country. Though last week was the official conclusion of the Indian monsoon,
This is with reference to the article “A burning issue that can’t be doused soon” (Aug. 17). Well, I believe that the world’s leaders and scientists are now delaying in telling us that the inevitable is the new normal — that climate change and the erratic effects are here to
For years, scientists have been warning about the impact of global warming. They have cited the threat from very hot weather, drought, floods, torrential rain, earthquakes and rising seas by way of examples. They have again sounded the warning drumbeat: a UN science
The Indonesian Constitutional Court has put the labour unions which have challenged a new labour law into a tizzy. The court said that the law
The long weekends give the public a great opportunity to be with loved ones, family, and friends. One of the times to compose yourself, fix things,
In a nation that worships holiday shopping almost as much as its nearly 400 million guns, James Crumbley of Oxford, Michigan, may have just made the worst Black Friday purchase in American history.