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Antarctica went through heat wave 15.7 million yrs ago: Study
PTI
Times of India , Tuesday, October 06, 2009

WASHINGTON: Scientists have revealed that Antarctica went through a heat wave nearly 15.7 million years ago during which plants and algae were abundant, a scientific breakthrough which would help in u ...More


Erratic weather blamed on global warming
Nitya Kaushik
The Indian Express , Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Mumbai's weather has been erratic since December, an indication of the worldwide phenomenon of climate change, says Dr R V Sharma, deputy director general, India Meteorological Department (IMD). The ...More


Climate change a major cause of child mortality: Study
IANS
Times of India , Tuesday, October 06, 2009

NEW DELHI: Climate change, besides other factors like poverty, is one of the main causes of high child mortality in the world today, a study by an international charity Save the Children said Monday. ...More


Antarctica went through heat wave 15.7 million yrs ago: Study
Washington, (PTI):
The Deccan Herald , Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Scientists have revealed that Antarctica went through a heat wave nearly 15.7 million years ago during which plants and algae were abundant, a scientific breakthrough which would help in understanding ...More


Antarctica went through heat wave 15.7 million yrs ago: Study
PTI
The Economic Times , Tuesday, October 06, 2009

WASHINGTON: Scientists have revealed that Antarctica went through a heat wave nearly 15.7 million years ago during which plants and algae were abundant, a scientific breakthrough which would h ...More


Climate change a major cause of child mortality: Study
New Delhi, (IANS):
The Deccan Herald , Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Climate change, besides other factors like poverty, is one of the main causes of high child mortality in the world today, a study by an international charity Save the Children said Monday. Respond ...More


Antarctica went through heat wave 15.7 million yrs ago: Study
PTI
Times of India , Monday, October 05, 2009

WASHINGTON: Scientists have revealed that Antarctica went through a heat wave nearly 15.7 million years ago during which plants and algae were abundant, a scientific breakthrough which would help in u ...More


Pachauri: Invest in biofuels, battery tech
Peter Henderson / LOS ANGELESóReuters
The Asian Age , Sunday, October 04, 2009

Oct. 3: The United Nations scientist whose report set the global standard for climate change sees biofuels as a good investment bet and advised on Friday that people eat less meat to help curb global ...More


'US now has better understanding of India's stand on climate'
Agencies
The Indian Express , Sunday, October 04, 2009

India has said that there is now better understanding of its position on climate change in the US, which recognises that emission cuts, is not the only way for countries to reflect their domestic obli ...More


Climate change hits poor nations hardest: WB
Agencies
The Indian Express , Sunday, October 04, 2009

The developing world will suffer about 80 per cent of the damage from climate change despite accounting for only around a third of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the World Bank said. "The damag ...More


Climate change hits poor in Africa, South Asia hardest: World Bank
Istanbul, (DPA):
The Deccan Herald , Sunday, October 04, 2009

Climate change could depress the economic output of Africa and South Asia by as much as five percent per year, the World Bank warned on Sunday. The effects of a warming of the Earth's temperatur ...More


Can national action plan on climate offer the solution?
Yojna Gusai / NEW DELHI
The Asian Age , Sunday, October 04, 2009

GROWING INTERNATIONAL pressure to cut down its overall greenhouse gas emissions led India to come up with a roadmap detailing ways and means to mitigate the effects of climate change. The National Act ...More


Diplomacy for climate order
RAMESH RAMACHANDRAN / NEW DELHI
The Asian Age , Sunday, October 04, 2009

PRESIDENT MOHAMED Nasheed of Maldives plans to hold an underwater Cabinet meeting on October 24, the day after he returns home from a two-day climate change conference in New Delhi. Clad in scuba gear ...More


Politics heats up talks on climate change
YOJNA GUSAI and RAMESH RAMACHANDRAN / NEW DELHI
The Asian Age , Sunday, October 04, 2009

POLITICS, NOT science, is dominating the discourse on climate change as world leaders from 192 countries get ready for the December 7-18 summit in Copenhagen. Many rounds of preparatory talks have tak ...More


'US now has better understanding of India's stand on climate'
Washington, (PTI):
The Deccan Herald , Saturday, October 03, 2009

India has said that there is now better understanding of its position on climate change in the US, which recognises that emission cuts is not the only way for countries to reflect their domestic oblig ...More


New soil tester to assess earth's health
IANS
Times of India , Saturday, October 03, 2009

WASHINGTON: Global warming's effects on farming and water resources is still a mystery. Now an invention may provide a new diagnostic tool for assessing the health of the earth's soil. A Tel Aviv ...More


US throws spanner into climate talks
Nitin Sethi, TNN
Times of India , Friday, October 02, 2009

NEW DELHI: The promise of a deal at Copenhagen seem to be turning into a pipedream as the US has refused to put down hard numbers for mitigation under the second phase of Kyoto Protocol at the ongoing ...More


USD 75-100 billion a year needed to adapt to climate change: WB
PTI
Times of India , Friday, October 02, 2009

BANGKOK: It will cost developing countries between USD 75 billion and USD 100 billion a year to adapt to climate change for the next 40 years, a new World Bank study reveals. The 'Economics of Ada ...More


Humans also to blame for Asia's natural disasters: Experts
AFP
Times of India , Friday, October 02, 2009

MANILA: Environmental damage, shoddy urban planning, corruption and other man-made problems are magnifying the human cost of natural disasters almost every time they strike in Asia, experts said. ...More


Two meter sea level rise unstoppable: Experts
REUTERS
Times of India , Thursday, October 01, 2009

OXFORD (ENGLAND): A rise of at least two meters in the world's sea levels is now almost unstoppable, experts told a climate conference at Oxford University on Tuesday. "The crux of the sea level i ...More


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