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  • Shell and BP Combine Solar and Agriculture

    Shell and BP are launching an initiative that will combine solar energy and agricultural produce in a strategic move towards sustainability.

  • China’s Take On Green Energy

    China has launched a revolutionary renewable energy plant in the Tengger Desert, a big step towards cleaner practices.

  • Why Polar bears are not a symbol of Climate change anymore?

    Polar bears struggling on melting ice were the heartbreaking face of climate change decades ago, causing widespread worry.

  • Climate Change Challenges For Children And Urgency For Action

    Children are facing specific vulnerabilities in the ever-changing climate change landscape. Climate change has an impact on children's physical and mental development from the start.

  • Climate change is changing animal brains and behaviour.

    Climate change is changing the world we know, affecting animal species all around the planet. As temperatures rise and natural conditions change, animals must adapt to these changes. The advanced workings of their neurological systems, which both permit and prevent their ability to cope with changing climates, are a significant aspect in their reaction.

  • COP 28 conflicts on climate damage fund

    Climate-related loss and damages negotiations recently finished in Abu Dhabi, marking a watershed moment in the battle against climate change. With reservations, the World Bank will host this multinational fund for the next four years.

  • Climate change and bio-fertilizers mitigation

    Climate change presents substantial problems to agriculture, affecting agricultural output through rising temperatures, variable rainfall, and pest growth. To deal with these difficulties, biofertilizers have evolved as an environmentally freindly option with various advantages.

  • How is climate change connected to noncommunicable diseases?

    Climate change is a huge health crisis for humanity. It puts at risk the basic foundations of good health by affecting important factors such as clean air, safe drinking water, nutritious food, and safe shelter. Also, it has the ability to reverse decades of global health enhancement.

  • UN: Climate adaptation needs 10 to 18 times more funds

    A recent United Nations report highlighted the obvious lack of finances available for climate adaptation, despite the rising problems faced by climate change around the world.

  • Young Malayali scientist study climate change in Antarctica ice.

    Vishnu Nandan, a devoted earth research scientist from Thiruvananthapuram, has set out on an extraordinary adventure to explore climate change by bravely navigating the severe circumstances of Antarctica. He spends five to six months a year in the icy tundra, tracking the decrease of polar sea ice using radar satellite data and field excursions. His job is not easy, since it entails putting radar sensors on the dangerous sea ice, which can be as dangerous as it is necessary.