Sunday, November 28, 2021

Climate

Mercury dips in Hyderabad, minimum temperatures plummeting below 20°C

Hyderabad: Sweaters and blankets are back again, as minimum temperatures in the city are plummeting below 20 degrees Celsius after a break. In the...

Cities slow in adapting to climate change

Remaking cities is a chance to make them more equitable for the 21st century and beyond

How arrival of land plants affected Earth’s climate control system

These findings were published in the journal 'Nature'. The carbon cycle, the process through which carbon moves between rocks, oceans, living organisms and the atmosphere, acts as Earth's natural thermostat

Climate Cultures

Planetary concerns over pathogenic environments have attained fever-pitch yet the larger eco-crisis arising from imperial impulses continues unchanged

Hyderabad: Applications open for Future News Worldwide 2021

The opportunity is available to undergraduate and postgraduate students from any country who are between 18-25 years old as of July 1

NASA launches mission to study climate, ocean currents

The team is using a self-propelled commercial Wave Glider decked out with scientific instruments that can study the ocean from its surface.

Germany to consider spending more to meet climate goal

The more ambitions targets were hastily agreed last week after Germany's top court ruled that existing measures placed too much of the burden for curbing global warming on younger people.

India will raise its climate ambitions but not under pressure: Javadekar

Javadekar made the remarks during a speech after a meeting with French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian at the French Embassy.

Raindrops can help identify potential habitable planets

The study led by researchers from Harvard University in Massachusetts, US, found that raindrops are remarkably similar across different planetary environments.

Russia launches 1st Arctic-monitoring satellite

A Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket with the "Arktika-M" satellite on board blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 9.55 a.m. on Sunday, Roscosmos said.

Biden, the healer

By promising to work for all Americans, Biden seeks to end a tumultuous chapter in the country’s history

Bhumi Pednekar to raise awareness about carbon footprint

Bhumi has joined hands with the global citizen initiative named Count Us In as a climate champion, She will work closely to inspire and educate Indians towards reducing carbon footprint.

Promoting diversity through cultural exchange programme

Students from grade IV to VII, helmed the programme and took the Russian students on a virtual tour of Indian culture, art, festivals, dance forms, etc.

Global warming likely to raise disease risk for animals

The study, published in the journal Science, supports a phenomenon known as "thermal mismatch hypothesis," which is the idea that the greatest risk for infectious disease in cold climate-adapted animals such as polar bears occurs as temperatures rise.

Global coalition for net zero emissions taking shape: Antonio Guterres

The UN chief asked the developed countries to fulfil their climate finance commitments.

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