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A study published in Nature magazine by climatologist Michael Mann and colleagues from the University of Massachusetts, may help melt away any lingering doubt about global warming. The scientists

The environment ministry will shortly announce its decision to ban use of chloro-fluro carbons (CFCs) from the refrigerator manufacturiang sector from 2002.

This paper explores the potential implications of climate change for the use and management of water resources in Britain. It is based on a review of simulations of changes in river flows, groundwater recharge and river water quality. These simulations imply, under feasible climate change scenarios, that annual, winter and summer runoff will decrease in southern Britain, groundwater recharge will be reduced and that water quality – as characterised by nitrate concentrations and dissolved oxygen contents – will deteriorate.

UK's child haemophiliacs are to

Very soon, two satellites will be launched for measuring the changes in Earth's gravitational force due to mass changes equivalent to 1 cm of water over a quarter of a million square kilometres. The

A research paper brings out the dangers of increasing use of private capital in the developing countries

In 1990, the US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions were 5.41 tonnes per capita. In 1993, President Clinton said that the US would bring down GHG emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2000. The Climate

Industry opponnents of a treaty to fight global warming have drafted an ambitious proposal to spend millions of dollars to convince the public that the environmental accord is based on shaky science.

Secretary of state Madeleine Albright announced a diplomatic full court press to encourage developing nations to help avert the danger of climate change. A first, charitable reaction might be to ask

The recovery of the ozone layer to its pre-industrial state may be delayed, and could even worsen for time, because of the greenhouse effect, according to a study in a recent issue of