The monsoon is set to bring cheers to Indian farmers this year after the first back-to-back shortfall in rainfall in three decades ravaged crops.
Solar power developers added a record 7.3 gigawatts of capacity in the U.S. last year, up 17 percent from 2014 and surpassing natural gas installations for the first time.
At least 500 elephants may have been killed during South Sudan’s two-year civil war, including 15 slaughtered in one day last month, the African nation’s wildlife service said.
A loophole-filled European plan to test cars’ smog-causing pollution under real driving conditions may survive a veto threat this week, signaling that the Volkswagen AG cheating scandal has done li
For the next two weeks New Delhi resident Saurabh Sanyal will work for more than 12 hours every other day.
An Indonesian court threw out a government suit against a pulpwood plantation company for alleged damage from illegal burning, another setback for President Joko Widodo as he seeks a permanent solu
Delays to the U.K. government’s flagship welfare system risk exposing poor people to hunger, a cross-party panel of lawmakers warned.
The U.K. government said that London is likely to meet European Union air quality rules by 2025, an improvement on previous projections that the capital wouldn’t do so until at least 2030.
After a year that has seen a record number of powerful typhoons and hurricanes, unprecedented snow in Boston and what will probably be a new high for global warmth, the terms weather, climate and c
China refuted claims it is militarizing the disputed South China Sea, saying it needs to build facilities on artificial islands and reefs to protect them.
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