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Protect forests to soak up emissions
Ian Sample and David Adam
The Hindu , Monday, November 13, 2006

Changes in land use and wood burning from deforestation are responsible for 18 p.c. of global greenhouse gas emissions each year. THE WORLD must pay to protect tropical rainforests from further dest ...More


Environment be damned
Sushmita Bose
The Hindustan Times , Sunday, November 12, 2006

Economic progress at the cost of environmental hazards is absolutely okay, feel Indians who are ‘aware’ of the implications of climate change and global warming, says a Greenpeace study carried out by ...More


Emissions forecast — more bad news
Oliver Morgan and Richard Wachman
The Hindu , Monday, November 06, 2006

THE INTERNATIONAL Energy Agency (IEA) will this week revise its estimate of carbon dioxide emissions over the next 25 years — and predict an even more dramatic acceleration because of increased reli ...More


India has to do more on climate change issue
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Saturday, November 04, 2006

Statesman News Service NEW DELHI, Nov. 3: The British foreign secretary, Ms Margaret Beckett, said India should do more to tackle the issue of climate change which will also have disastrous effect i ...More


UNEP, Yale, publishers launch online access to research in the environment
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, November 03, 2006

Available to scientists, policy makers in the developing world for free or at nominal cost · It will have one of the largest collections of peer-reviewed journals · Portal presented in Englis ...More


Global warming could cast chill on India’s growth story: UK report
ANIL BUDUR LULLA
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, November 01, 2006

NEW DELHI: Global warming and climate change could affect India’s growth story unless a range of steps are taken to address the effects of increased surface temperature and its effect on monsoon patte ...More


Carbon pollution rising, US biggest emitter: UN report
SONU JAIN
The Financial Express , Tuesday, October 31, 2006

BONN, OCT 30: Reenhouse-gas emissions by the industrialised world are still rising, with the United States firmly entrenched as the biggest polluter, a UN report said on Monday. In an annual update ...More


Global warming could affect India’s growth
SONU JAIN
The Financial Express , Tuesday, October 31, 2006

NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 30: Global warming and climate change could affect India’s growth story unless a range of steps are taken to address the effects of increased surface temperature and its effect on ...More


Global warming could cast chill on India’s growth story: UK report
Sonu Jain
The Indian Express , Tuesday, October 31, 2006

NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 30: Global warming and climate change could affect India’s growth story unless a range of steps are taken to address the effects of increased surface temperature and its effect on m ...More


By 2020, 12 more Sunderban islands set to go under water
Mohammed Safi Shamsi
The Indian Express , Monday, October 30, 2006

If sea water level rises at present pace... Sagar Island (Sunderbans), October 29: An annual 3.14 mm rise in sea level at Sunderbans due to climate change is eating away 12 islands on the delta, sa ...More


"Climate change poses profound threat"
James Randerson
The Hindu , Friday, October 27, 2006

Fighting global warming can save the world's industrialised nations money. CLIMATE CHANGE could tilt the world's economy into the worst global recession in recent history, a report will warn next we ...More


Green to black: India Inc tops carbon trading, firms cash in
ABHISHEK KAPOOR
The Indian Express , Wednesday, October 25, 2006

GANDHINAGAR, OCTOBER 24 : Two Indian companies, one from Gujarat and the other from Haryana, both in the business of refrigerants, are leaders in the world of carbon trading that goes under the Clean ...More


Wildscreen films coming for Indian event
G. Ananthakrishnan
The Hindu , Tuesday, October 24, 2006

`Green Oscars' for films on wildlife themes given away in Bristol BRISTOL: The Wildscreen Panda awards, often referred to as the Green Oscars, were given away here in honour of wildlife films t ...More


Climate change, challenge to rice cultivation
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Asian rice production could decline by an average 4 per cent NEW DELHI: Climate change due to global warming is the new challenge to rice production and productivity, renowned scientists pointed out ...More


Let's live on a safer planet
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Sunday, October 08, 2006

Let's face it. We just don’t know how the system works. But it works. Every living second demonstrates this fact. Call it a cosmic accident, or an act of God, or what you will – it doesn’t change the ...More


Global warming: It is man-made
Jayalakshmi K
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, October 03, 2006

A set of quiggly graphs and mind boggling numbers that scientists alone deal with, could make it look like a mere academic study. But in truth what the audience was seeing at the public lecture was th ...More


US accused of blocking report on global warming
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Washington, AP: The Bush Administration is blocking release of a report suggesting that global warming may be contributing to the frequency and strength of hurricanes, the journal Nature reported. ...More


E-waste is a major emerging challenge, says Raja
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, September 24, 2006

All government hospitals to come under biomedical waste treatment net soon All government hospitals to come under biomedical waste treatment net soon · Minister for evolving policy on e-waste ...More


Pollution, aerosols, and the climate
N. Gopal Raj
The Hindu , Monday, September 04, 2006

Aerosols in the atmosphere are not invariably a bad thing. But those released by pollution may alter the climate adversely. CLIMATE CHANGE is usually associated with increasing levels of greenhouse ...More


Warmer soils will add to climate change: expert
David Adam
The Hindu , Saturday, September 02, 2006

Global temperatures could go up by 1.5 degrees centigrade. FAR BIGGER cuts in greenhouse gas emissions could be needed to prevent dangerous climate change than previously thought, a leading scientis ...More


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