The Pacific island nations of Tuvalu, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, the Marshall Islands and the Cook Islands have one thing in common: they may all be wiped out in 50 years. Because climate change has
The Dead Sea could end up living up to its name in less than 50 years. The saltiest water body in the world may cease to exist if its surface level continues to recede at the present rate of one
Suriname's northwest district of Coronie is threatened by encroaching Atlantic waves that have created a saltwater swamp. Swampwaters are starting to eat into the main road through Totness, the
Global sea levels could rise by eight inches till the end of this century
Rising sea levels are one of the major consequences of global warming. This could be most evident in the vast west Antarctica ice sheet. But a new study done by us researchers of the region's
Briefing paper on climate change for members of Parliament by Anil Agarwal - Calling upon policy makers to recognise India's stake in the international climate change negotiations.
Small changes in urban human behavior and increased energy efficiency will have a positive impact on our natural resources.
- Business Line, 23 November 2010
China is keen to halt growth in its greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible, but lifting tens of millions out of poverty must remain its primary goal, the country's climate change ambassador said on Wednesday.
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