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UK government prepares £2m green deal publicity campaign
• James Murray for BusinessGreen, part of the Guardian Environment Network
The Guardian , Saturday, August 04, 2012

The UK government looks set to undertake a partial U-turn and launch a national communications campaign to promote its new Green Deal energy efficiency scheme when it launches in the autumn. Minister ...More


Soon, palm trees to dot Antarctica
Michael McCarthy
Times of India , Friday, August 03, 2012

Palm trees could grow in the Antarctic if climate change continues unabated, new research has shown - just as they did 55 million years ago. A study has found that similar trees grew in the region du ...More


US and India ties to deepen in the field of energy: US envoy
Economic Times , Wednesday, August 01, 2012

KOLKATA: The United States government has had a long and successful strategic partnership with India in the energy sector. Over the last 15 years, a USAID program has helped India avoid about 100 mill ...More


Climate change study forces sceptical scientists to change minds
The Guardian , Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The Earth's land has warmed by 1.5C over the past 250 years and "humans are almost entirely the cause", according to a scientific study set up to address climate change sceptics' concerns about whethe ...More


Climate change study forces sceptical scientists to change minds
The Guardian , Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The Earth's land has warmed by 1.5C over the past 250 years and "humans are almost entirely the cause", according to a scientific study set up to address climate change sceptics' concerns about whethe ...More


Tummy bug outbreak due to climate change
The Hindu , Friday, July 27, 2012

Man-made climate change is increasing tummy bug outbreaks in Europe, resulting in illnesses ranging from cholera to gastroenteritis, scientists reported recently. Vibrio bacteria, which is normally ...More


Loss of Arctic sea ice '70% man-made
The Guardian , Thursday, July 26, 2012

The radical decline in sea ice around the Arctic is at least 70% due to human-induced climate change, according to a new study, and may even be up to 95% down to humans – rather higher than scientists ...More


Tummy bug outbreak due to climate change
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The Hindu , Thursday, July 26, 2012

Man-made climate change is increasing tummy bug outbreaks in Europe, resulting in illnesses ranging from cholera to gastroenteritis, scientists reported recently. Vibrio bacteria, which is normally ...More


Indian Institute of Management professor among lead authors of United Nations Environment Programme report
Chitra Unnithan, TNN
The Times of India , Thursday, July 26, 2012

AHMEDABAD: A professor from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA) is drafting a report for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to keep average global temperature rise below ...More


Greenland ice sheet melted at unprecedented rate during July
The Guardian , Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Scientists at Nasa admitted they thought satellite readings were a mistake after images showed 97% surface melt over four days The Greenland ice sheet on July 8, left, and four days later on the righ ...More


Vietnam, Laos and Mozambique do least to halt trade in animal parts: WWF
The Economic Times , Tuesday, July 24, 2012

A tiger sits in a cage at a tiger farm in southern Binh Duong province, Vietnam. (AP Photo) OSLO, - Vietnam, Laos and Mozambique are the countries that do the least to crack down on an illegal trade ...More


Big energy users get seven times more Treasury meetings than green sector
The Guardian , Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Ministers at the Treasury have held meetings with representatives from energy-intensive sectors seven times more often that with green sector representatives since the Coalition government was formed, ...More


Extreme rainfall intensifying flood risk in North East
Chandan Kumar Duarah
The Sentinel , Monday, July 23, 2012

Though flood is a recurring feature in this part of India, the recent deluge is quite unmatched. Of late, the Northeastern part of the country is experiencing the impact of climate change through exc ...More


Climate science: the gathering storm
The Guardian , Monday, July 23, 2012

The signals are clear enough, and conditions that seem bad now may be regarded as relatively benign in decades to come After the driest winter on record, Sir David Attenborough wouldn't be the only ...More


George Osborne wrecking green plans to placate MPs – senior Tory
THE GUARDIAN , Monday, July 23, 2012

Many Conservative backbenchers are campaigning against wind farms and new pylons in their constituencies. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian The Treasury has been accused of undermining gover ...More


Scientists try to crack monsoon code
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Financial Express , Friday, July 20, 2012

New Delhi/Bhubaneshwar: Scientists aided by supercomputers are trying to unravel one of Mother Nature's biggest mysteries -- the vagaries of the summer monsoon rains that bring life, and often enough ...More


Dumping iron in oceans ‘may cure climate change’
ANI
Times of India , Friday, July 20, 2012

A ship dumping iron into the Southern Ocean has shown a technique that could be used as a “cure” for climate change. The iron stimulates plankton growth, which “binds” carbon dioxide out of the atmos ...More


Glaciers in the Himalayas are shrinking rapidly, says study
The Hindu , Thursday, July 19, 2012

The annual rate of shrinkage is 48.2 metres in terms of length and 0.57 % in terms of area A majority of glaciers in the Tibetan Plateau and the surrounding regions are retreating, according to a st ...More


Russia loan for N-plant
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The Telegraph , Wednesday, July 18, 2012

New Delhi, July 17: Russia today signed a protocol granting India soft loans to cover more than half the cost of two more nuclear power plants at Kudankulam, Tamil Nadu, where two 1000MW Russian r ...More


Tibetan glaciers retreating, earlier study flawed: Report
Economic Times , Tuesday, July 17, 2012

NEW DELHI: Most glaciers on the Tibetan plateau and around it are rapidly melting says the latest study based on 30 years of satellite data and also actual measurements. This upturns results of a stud ...More


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