Kerala knows global warming is everyone’s business, trains leaders to fight climate change

The southwest monsoon was inadequate over Kerala in 2016. The northeast monsoon of 2016 was a near total failure. The summer of 2017 was severe,...

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THE new Namaka Municipal Market extension will have eco-friendly features once it's completed. A first of its kind for any municipal market accommodation centre...

Climate change is going to hit the Indian economy hard

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Naboutini Village in Serua backs Fiji’s COP23 Presidency

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Discussions focus on climate-friendly tax policies

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Study by scientists finds amount of methane gas produced by world’s livestock is underestimated

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Global carbon emissions stood still in 2016, offering climate hope

All of the world’s biggest emitting nations, except for India, saw falling or static carbon emissions last year. Photograph: Nicolas Asfouri/AFP/Getty ImagesMoreGlobal emissions of...

Ministers who fail to cut greenhouse gas emissions should face legal action, says former...

Ministers should face legal action unless they agree to cut greenhouse gases in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change, a former chief...

El cambio climático, ligado al calor récord en Europa este verano

Publicado 27/09/2017 17:11:13CET    MADRID, 27 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -    El récord de calor observado en Europa este verano se ha hecho "al menos diez veces más...

EE.UU. perdería u$s 360.000 millones anuales por cambio climático

Las pérdidas económicas asociadas a las catástrofes naturales intensificadas por la actividad humana en Estados Unidos podrían ascender a u$s 360.000 millones por año...

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