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Latest Articles in climate change

Climate Change To Displace Millions In US; South Asia Remains At Greatest Risk

A study indicates that all 22 US coastal states will be hit by rising seas and California, New York, New Jersey will be the worst affected

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Climate Change To Cause More Weather Extremes

The study estimates around 500,000 people will die due to reasons related to dietary changes by 2050

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Mumbai Average Temperature Up 2.4C Over 124 Years

Mumbai’s average annual temperature has risen 2.4 °C since 1891 and Delhi’s average annual temperature has risen 0.3 °C since 1930

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Private Weather Forecasters To Usher In Innovation To Indian Climate

Climate change induced inclement weather events are however mutating the misfortunes related to weather.

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Delhi Air Quality Plunges, IndiaSpend Rejigs Sensor Readings

December 23 was officially New Delhi’s ‘most polluted day of the year’. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) stated that the Air Quality Index (AQI) was 430-435 in Delhi on Wednesday, which it considers ‘severe’.

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Curbing Delhi Pollution

The Delhi Government has taken a tough decision to allow cars to ply on Delhi roads only on alternate days to curb air pollution that has reached alarming levels.

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India Readies Plan To Clean Delhi's Air, But Won't Focus On Vehicles

India is devising a plan to combat smog in the capital New Delhi, the world's most polluted city, two senior officials said, but the government is stopping short of targeting the powerful transport industry.

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GSPCB Issues Notices To MPT, Two Port Operators

Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) has issued notices to Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) and two major companies handling coal at its terminal under pollution control norms for allegedly causing environmental hazard.

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Climate For Development

It is important to note that past emissions, which have led to the present global crisis, have overwhelmingly come from developed countries. This historical responsibility cannot be wished away

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Assam's Border Farmers Fenced In By Changing Climate Conditions

In the Golokganj sector of Dhubri district, more than 8,000 farmers struggle with a fence between their homes and their land

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Delhi’s Declining Bus Use Points To Mass Transit Failures

Scrambling to find a solution to the world’s worst urban air, Delhi’s government has decided to add 6,000 buses to support the odd-even vehicle formula

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Health Care, India And The World

In the field of health care, therefore, India has a lot to offer to the world, and especially to Southeast Asia and Africa, where there is a greater need for low-cost innovations in public health

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Environment: The Beacon Of Hope

Businesses see their long-term interest in building a clean economy, as the Paris deal opens a big window for developing renewable energy sources

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How Indonesian Fires Are Affecting Global Climate

The fires are expected to triple Indonesia’s annual greenhouse gas emissions, and increase global emissions for 2015 by 3 per cent

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Indian Economy Suffers $3 Billion Loss From Floods: Reinsurance Broker

'New economic developments in Asia are taking place in flood plains and marsh lands with scant attention to drainage, thus increasing run-off and flooding'

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