A climate activist holds a placard during a protest march.
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
Floods, landslides, tsunamis, storms, heat waves, cold spells, drought and waterborne disease outbreaks are all becoming more frequent and more intense amid a new report by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO). It says against the backdrop of
As scientists gather online to finalise a long-awaited update on global climate research, recent extreme weather events across the globe highlight the need for more research on how it will play out, especially locally. The list of extremes in just the last few weeks has been startling:
Harsh climate events across India indicate the increasing intensity of the extreme weather events across the country. This year, till now, India has been devastated by floods in Maharashtra and north Bihar, rockslides and cloudburst in Himachal Pradesh, excessive rainfall in Goa
Few countries in the world can match the UAE in terms of facilities for residents. There is no doubt that creature comforts hit a new high in this country. For instance, there is no shortage or interruption in power or water supply, which happens in other countries.
It was nearly last call on a Friday when Jacob Eli Knight Vasquez went to get a drink across the street from the tavern where he worked in northwest Portland — an area with a thriving dining scene, where citygoers enjoy laid-back eateries, international cuisines and cozy cafés.
A bit of dinner cooked up by a Michelin three star chef, tea with the Queen and hey presto, billions of dollars of investment and tens of thousands of jobs are pouring in. This is what you get if you BELIEVE IN BRITAIN! Yes the prime minister, Boris Johnson has been holding an
This has been a year marked by terrifying news about climate change: extreme weather, massive wildfires, persistent drought in some areas and catastrophic flooding in others. The sense of impending doom was made official when the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate