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Unlike the first United Nations conference on climate change, the recently concluded second meet was marked by a desire to give the planet a second chance

one would think that if more than 1,000 scientists belonging to various countries and working for 10 years, pointed out the grave danger posed by increasing carbon emissions to the climate as well

seventeen European countries belonging to Eumetsat, the agency responsible for European weather satellites, met recently at Darmstadt, Germany, to approve a us $2.3 billion-system of

Are the nations of the world serious in their much-touted efforts to control greenhouse gas emissions? Vinayak Rao examines the motives, moods and manifestoes in the run-up to the forthcoming climate change conference in Geneva.

Electromagnetic interference, due to radio waves emitted by gadgets like cellular phones can create widespread havoc. For instance, they can signal disaster by confusing aeroplane computers

AS THE earth grows warmer, the battle between insurance and energy industries is heating up. The insurance executives have teamed up with international climate change experts. Around 60 big

The conviction that humans are responsible for changes in the world's climate, is in contention

A recent study on the notion of territoriality among tigers reveals that females are more home bound than the males

Interaction between the sun and the surface waters of the world's oceans are hiking temperatures

The establishment of a research station called the Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations ZERO marks Denmark's maiden effort to study climate change. ZERO hopes to provide valuable information on the region's ecology apart from being of service to th