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10 percent of world's major species at threat: Australian report
AFP
Times of India , Wednesday, September 30, 2009

SYDNEY: Almost 10 percent of the world's mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish are in danger of extinction due to climate change and other factors, according to an Australian report released o ...More


Himalayan glaciers grew when Asia was hotter
IANS
The Deccan Herald , Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Most other Central Asian glaciers retreated under the same heat spell, some 9,000 years ago, but the Himalayan glaciers lengthened from one to six kilometres. A new study by Brigham Young Universit ...More


India-led effort makes US bite dust on climate
Nitin Sethi, TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, September 30, 2009

NEW DELHI: The G77 won a big round at the UN climate negotiations that began on Monday at Bangkok with US backing down from its threat to block negotiations unless the line between industrialized coun ...More


Plan to protect Goan beach sought
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Wednesday, September 30, 2009

PANAJI: “The State Tourism Department must have an environment and beach ecology protection plan and programme in place to prevent damage to beaches, both, natural and manmade,” GOACAN, a body working ...More


‘We will walk out of Copenhagen if binding emissions are insisted upon’
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Wednesday, September 30, 2009

NEW DELHI: Union Minister for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Tuesday asserted that “India will walk out” of the Copenhagen Climate Change summit to be held in December this year if the Weste ...More


Centre acts on Himalayan glaciers
AGE CORRESPONDENT/New Delhi
The Asian Age , Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Sept. 29: Receding glaciers and mounting pressure on the Himalayan ecosystem — both due to geological reasons and climate change — has set the alarm bells ringing. Keeping in view the vulnerability of ...More


Global temp to rise 4 degree celsius by '50s
REUTERS
Times of India , Tuesday, September 29, 2009

LONDON: Global temperatures may be 4°C hotter by the mid-2050s if current greenhouse gas emissions trends continue, said a study published on Monday. The study, by Britain’s Met Office Hadley Cent ...More


UN climate chief says time running out for climate pact
AFP
Times of India , Tuesday, September 29, 2009

BANGKOK: The UN climate chief warned Monday that time was running out to break a deadlock on a global warming pact, telling delegates in Bangkok that failure to do so by December would threaten future ...More


Chhattisgarh gets USD 5 lakh for clean bed methane project
PTI
Times of India , Tuesday, September 29, 2009

WASHINGTON: As part of Obama Administration's clean technology initiatives, the 'US Trade and Development Agency' has announced USD half a million grant to reduce methane emission in the coal mines of ...More


850 new species discovered in Australia
Melbourne, (PTI):
The Deccan Herald , Monday, September 28, 2009

A team of scientists here have discovered 850 new species of animals in the underground water and caves of the Australian Outback. The species of invertebrates like spiders, insects, and worms cam ...More


Melting of glaciers has slowed down: Scientists
Kuldeep Chauhan / Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Monday, September 28, 2009

Mandi, September 27 The hype over the Himalayan glaciers beating a retreat that has sounded alarm bells countrywide is over, if we trust scientists. The receding glaciers in Ladakh, Lahaul valley, Ga ...More


‘Climate change will impact Deccan Plateau’
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, September 26, 2009

ANANTAPUR: It is the people living in the Deccan Plateau area who are likely to face the vagaries of climate change first in South Asia, former chairman of Karnataka Agriculture Board and former Vice ...More


Commit to climate change deal: India
FC Correspondent / Pittsburgh
The Asian Age , Saturday, September 26, 2009

Sept. 25: India has asked the G-20 leadership to commit itself to an equitable, balanced and comprehensive deal on climate change at Copenhagen in December. "A strong political message from the G-20 l ...More


Manmohan on climate: I’m not an astrologer
Agencies
The Indian Express , Saturday, September 26, 2009

FILE: Singh said there is no agreement on the rules of the game as to how this burden sharing needs to be brought about. Saying that he was not an "astrologer", Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on ...More


Remember G20, ‘Smoky City’ is where global warming started
Siddharth Varadarajan
The Hindu , Friday, September 25, 2009

Pittsburgh: Known today for the decimation of its traditional economy by globalisation, this former steel town in western Pennsylvania where the summit of G20 major economies gets under way on Thursda ...More


Stress on energy sustainability
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, September 25, 2009

CHENNAI: India should explore all energy sources and a paradigm shift is needed in the approach to energy sustainability, according to Baldev Raj, Director, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, K ...More


India, China will behave responsibly on Climate Change: B'desh
New York, (PTI):
The Deccan Herald , Friday, September 25, 2009

As the Climate Change Summit at the UN concluded, Bangladesh today expressed confidence in the two regional giants, China and India, to act responsibly in dealing with the issue. "I believe that b ...More


Antarctic coastal ice thinning surprises experts
REUTERS
Times of India , Friday, September 25, 2009

OSLO: Scientists are surprised at how extensively coastal ice in Antarctica and Greenland is thinning, according to a study Wednesday that could help predict rising sea levels linked to climate change ...More


Let pandas die out: conservationist
IANS
The Economic Times , Thursday, September 24, 2009

LONDON: A British conservationist says pandas should be allowed to go extinct because they are "extraordinarily expensive to keep going" and may be surviving at the cost of other species and rainfores ...More


Let pandas die out: conservationist
IANS
Times of India , Thursday, September 24, 2009

LONDON: A British conservationist says pandas should be allowed to go extinct because they are "extraordinarily expensive to keep going" and may be surviving at the cost of other species and rainfores ...More


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