Tag: global warming
It's not just the lack of fish at this restaurant that will leave you speechless; these meals aim to help you imbibe better eating habits.
Local residents say their biggest concern is 'the speed of change and being able to cope'.
Dozens of teenage environmental activists lay down in front of the UN headquarters to draw attention to climate change's consequences.
Scientists say the unusually warm summer temperatures and high rainfall weakened the glacier's walls.
Climatologist Maisa Rojas says time is running short for countries to prepare their agricultural sectors for the drastic effects of climate change.
Unless we make serious lifestyle changes today, there may not be a tomorrow for our children.
Qataris can now stay cool and comfortable in Msheireb Downtown Doha, a 'green' district that aims to be a sustainable city.
As protestors glue their hands to the conference venue doors, the oil industry discusses how to correct its current course.
Scientists say that humanity cannot afford to ignore evidence as satellite records prove man-made climate change.
The findings debunk previous reports that suggested a so-called pause in global warming in recent years.
The findings in the US journal Science, led by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, debunk previous reports that suggested a so-called pause in global warming in recent years.
Delegates from nearly 200 states finalised a common rule book designed to deliver the Paris goals of limiting global temperature rises to well below two degrees Celsius.
Scientists monitoring the Earth's climate and environment have delivered a cascade of grim news this year.
Nations must agree to a rulebook palatable to all 183 states who have ratified the Paris deal.
The correction prompted some climate deniers to wheel out the conspiracy theory that manmade global warming is made up.
With the threat removed, the meeting of the 195-nation panel in South Korea swiftly approved the report on how to cap global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius and what a 1.5C world might look like.
A crescendo of deadly heatwaves, floods, wildfires and superstorms engorged by rising seas has convinced scientists that the danger cursor needed to be reset.
Nearly 1,000 events in more than 90 countries delivered two-pronged messages in relation to renewable energy and climate protection.
Rising temperatures will stimulate insects' appetites, spelling danger for key staples like wheat, corn and rice which feed billions of people.
As it is, the world is struggling to curb the manmade carbon pollution that with only one degree Celsius of warming so far, amplifies the likelihood and intensity of deadly heat waves, droughts and superstorms.
July was in many parts of Sweden the hottest on record, with severe drought and some of the worst forest fires the country has ever seen.
Sri Lanka will see a loss of at least US$12 billion a year by 2050 if adequate measures are not taken to deal with temperature rise.
Environmentalists say livestock farming is a major contributor to global warming.
Countries most at risk include India, China, Mozambique, Sudan, Nigeria, Brazil, Pakistan, Indonesia and Bangladesh.
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