Global Warming

Global Warming

Carbon dioxide in the air at highest level since measurements began

NOAA observatory recorded carbon dioxide at about 419 parts per million in May, more than the 417 parts per million in May 2020

Steam and other emissions rise from a power station in Belgrade, 7 February, 2012.

G7 steps towards making companies disclose climate risks

The idea would make it mandatory for all major companies to come clean on their carbon dioxide emissions

G7 steps towards making companies disclose climate risks

Warmer days are ahead as La Nina cycle is over: UN

WMO says another above-normal season is expected this year, given that El Nino is absent

Warmer days are ahead as La Nina cycle is over: UN

Medics march to WHO headquarters in climate campaign

They demanded health authorities make climate change and biodiversity loss their top priorities

Medics march to WHO headquarters in climate campaign

Rising global temperatures 'inexorably closer' to climate tipping point: UN study

The report predicts a 90 per cent chance that at least one of the years between 2021 and 2025 will become the warmest year on record, topping 2016 temperatures

People run through a waterlogged road due to rising sea level ahead of Cyclone Yaas at Digha in Purba Medinipur district in West Bengal, India, on 26 May, 2021

24 dead, dozens missing as cyclone batters Covid-stricken India

At least 24 people were dead and almost 100 missing on Tuesday after a monster cyclone slammed India, compounding the country's woes as it recorded a new record number of coronavirus deaths in 24 ...

Motorcyclists move past a fallen street light pole after cyclone Tauktae hit, in Una, in the western state of Gujarat, India, on 18 May 2021

Fossil fuel giants-banks under fire for rise in single-use plastics

Twenty companies - mainly energy and chemicals giants - are the source of half of the world's single-use plastic waste

Fossil fuel giants-banks under fire for rise in single-use plastics

Renewable energy powers ahead in 2020: Report

Around 280GW of electricity production capacity was added last year, a 45-percent increase from the amount added in 2019

Renewable energy powers ahead in 2020: Report

Deforestation of Brazilian Amazon hits record in April

Deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon hit a record last month, the government reported Friday with figures that belie president Jair Bolsonaro's pledge to crack down on such destruction.

Deforestation of Brazilian Amazon hits record in April

Melting Antarctic could push seas to 'catastrophic' levels at 3C warming

Antarctic melting could cause a "dramatic" rise in sea levels if countries fail to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit), posing a serious threat to low-lying and coastal ...

Melting Antarctic could push seas to 'catastrophic' levels at 3C warming
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