Climate Change


'Climate Change' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Australian Towns Among Hottest Spots On Earth As Heatwave Sizzles

    Australian Towns Among Hottest Spots On Earth As Heatwave Sizzles

    Australian towns were among the hottest places on Earth this week as a severe heatwave hit the continent's southeast, with forecasters warning of more record-breaking temperatures before the weekend.

  • Chile's Patagonia To Become An Open-Air Lab To Study Climate Change

    Chile's Patagonia To Become An Open-Air Lab To Study Climate Change

    In one of the most inhospitable places on Earth, the southernmost part of Chile's Patagonia region, scientists are studying whales, dolphins and algae in order to help predict how climate change will affect the world's oceans.

  • Tulsi Gabbard Says She Will Run For US Presidency In 2020

    Tulsi Gabbard Says She Will Run For US Presidency In 2020

    Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, announced on a CNN show set to air Saturday that she will seek the 2020 Democratic nomination for president. "I have decided to run and will be making a formal announcement within the next week," CNN quoted Gabbard

  • Oceans Warming Much Faster Than Previously Thought: Report

    Oceans Warming Much Faster Than Previously Thought: Report

    The world's oceans were warming at an accelerated rate and were much warmer due to climate change than scientists previously thought, according to a new study.

  • Government Launches Anti-Pollution Programme, But Experts Sceptical

    Government Launches Anti-Pollution Programme, But Experts Sceptical

    Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Dr Harsh Vardhan today launched the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) aimed at reducing toxic particulate matter by 2024.

  • World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim Resigns

    World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim Resigns

    World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kims surprise resignation comes amid differences with the Trump administration over climate change and the need for more development resources. Just last month, the World Bank announced it would double its investments to fight climate change to around $200 billion over the next five years.

  • 13,000 Jellyfish Stings Prompt Australian Officials To Declare "Epidemic"

    13,000 Jellyfish Stings Prompt Australian Officials To Declare "Epidemic"

    Authorities in Queensland, Australia, were forced to close beaches across the region over the weekend, amid what local officials said was a jellyfish "epidemic." More than 13,000 stings were recorded in Queensland alone last week, with more than 2,500 people seeking treatment over the weekend, according to rescue organizations.

  • Climate Change Takes Toll On French Oyster Farmers

    Climate Change Takes Toll On French Oyster Farmers

    Gulping down oysters has long been a favourite New Year's Eve ritual for the French, but as winters get warmer and summers get drier many growers worry there will soon be fewer of the prized mollusks to go around.

  • Centre Urged To Check Himalayan Tourism As Glaciers Retreat "Alarmingly"

    Centre Urged To Check Himalayan Tourism As Glaciers Retreat "Alarmingly"

    A Parliamentary panel has recommended the Centre to make adequate financial allocation and infrastructure available for an extensive study of the Himalayan ecosystem to measure the extent of glacial retreat and the ways to mitigate its effects.

  • Norway Sees A Boom In Electric Cars, Fueled By The Government

    Norway Sees A Boom In Electric Cars, Fueled By The Government

    A silent revolution has transformed driving in Norway. Eerily quiet vehicles are ubiquitous on the ford-side roads and mountain passes of this wealthy European nation of 5.3 million. Some 30 percent of all new cars sport plug-in cables rather than gasoline tanks, compared with 2 percent across Europe overall and 1-2 percent in the U.S. As countries...

  • Blind, Sand-Burrowing Creature Named After Donald Trump

    Blind, Sand-Burrowing Creature Named After Donald Trump

    A newly discovered worm-like amphibian that buries its head in the sand is to be officially named Dermophis donaldtrumpi, in a nod to US President Donald Trump's climate change denials.

  • India Expresses "Strong Reservation" On Paris Climate Talks Rulebook

    India Expresses "Strong Reservation" On Paris Climate Talks Rulebook

    India has expressed its reservation over the lack of equity in the rules relating to global stock-taking in implementing the 2015 Paris climate change agreement. "India wishes to express its strong reservation regarding the treatment of equity in the global stock-take decision," India's lead negotiator Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Saturday at the pl...

  • Paris Climate Pact Non-Negotiable, No Compromise On Principles: India

    Paris Climate Pact Non-Negotiable, No Compromise On Principles: India

    India on Wednesday said the Paris climate agreement was "non-negotiable" and there could be no compromise on the basic principles such as equity and Common but Differentiated Responsibilities and Respective Capabilities (CBDR-RC).

  • UN Climate Negotiators Sweat Over Detail, Deep Political Divides

    UN Climate Negotiators Sweat Over Detail, Deep Political Divides

    Half-way through talks to breathe life into the Paris climate deal negotiators haggled over how to share the cost of curbing global warming and struggled to bridge deep political divides.

  • Donald Trump Attacks Paris Climate Agreement Amid France Protests

    Donald Trump Attacks Paris Climate Agreement Amid France Protests

    US President Donald Trump on Saturday once again attacked the Paris agreement on fighting climate change, citing the ongoing protests in the French capital as proof that he was right to reject the pact.

'Climate Change' - 286 Video Result(s)

'Climate Change' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Australian Towns Among Hottest Spots On Earth As Heatwave Sizzles

    Australian Towns Among Hottest Spots On Earth As Heatwave Sizzles

    Australian towns were among the hottest places on Earth this week as a severe heatwave hit the continent's southeast, with forecasters warning of more record-breaking temperatures before the weekend.

  • Chile's Patagonia To Become An Open-Air Lab To Study Climate Change

    Chile's Patagonia To Become An Open-Air Lab To Study Climate Change

    In one of the most inhospitable places on Earth, the southernmost part of Chile's Patagonia region, scientists are studying whales, dolphins and algae in order to help predict how climate change will affect the world's oceans.

  • Tulsi Gabbard Says She Will Run For US Presidency In 2020

    Tulsi Gabbard Says She Will Run For US Presidency In 2020

    Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, announced on a CNN show set to air Saturday that she will seek the 2020 Democratic nomination for president. "I have decided to run and will be making a formal announcement within the next week," CNN quoted Gabbard

  • Oceans Warming Much Faster Than Previously Thought: Report

    Oceans Warming Much Faster Than Previously Thought: Report

    The world's oceans were warming at an accelerated rate and were much warmer due to climate change than scientists previously thought, according to a new study.

  • Government Launches Anti-Pollution Programme, But Experts Sceptical

    Government Launches Anti-Pollution Programme, But Experts Sceptical

    Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Dr Harsh Vardhan today launched the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) aimed at reducing toxic particulate matter by 2024.

  • World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim Resigns

    World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim Resigns

    World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kims surprise resignation comes amid differences with the Trump administration over climate change and the need for more development resources. Just last month, the World Bank announced it would double its investments to fight climate change to around $200 billion over the next five years.

  • 13,000 Jellyfish Stings Prompt Australian Officials To Declare "Epidemic"

    13,000 Jellyfish Stings Prompt Australian Officials To Declare "Epidemic"

    Authorities in Queensland, Australia, were forced to close beaches across the region over the weekend, amid what local officials said was a jellyfish "epidemic." More than 13,000 stings were recorded in Queensland alone last week, with more than 2,500 people seeking treatment over the weekend, according to rescue organizations.

  • Climate Change Takes Toll On French Oyster Farmers

    Climate Change Takes Toll On French Oyster Farmers

    Gulping down oysters has long been a favourite New Year's Eve ritual for the French, but as winters get warmer and summers get drier many growers worry there will soon be fewer of the prized mollusks to go around.

  • Centre Urged To Check Himalayan Tourism As Glaciers Retreat "Alarmingly"

    Centre Urged To Check Himalayan Tourism As Glaciers Retreat "Alarmingly"

    A Parliamentary panel has recommended the Centre to make adequate financial allocation and infrastructure available for an extensive study of the Himalayan ecosystem to measure the extent of glacial retreat and the ways to mitigate its effects.

  • Norway Sees A Boom In Electric Cars, Fueled By The Government

    Norway Sees A Boom In Electric Cars, Fueled By The Government

    A silent revolution has transformed driving in Norway. Eerily quiet vehicles are ubiquitous on the ford-side roads and mountain passes of this wealthy European nation of 5.3 million. Some 30 percent of all new cars sport plug-in cables rather than gasoline tanks, compared with 2 percent across Europe overall and 1-2 percent in the U.S. As countries...

  • Blind, Sand-Burrowing Creature Named After Donald Trump

    Blind, Sand-Burrowing Creature Named After Donald Trump

    A newly discovered worm-like amphibian that buries its head in the sand is to be officially named Dermophis donaldtrumpi, in a nod to US President Donald Trump's climate change denials.

  • India Expresses "Strong Reservation" On Paris Climate Talks Rulebook

    India Expresses "Strong Reservation" On Paris Climate Talks Rulebook

    India has expressed its reservation over the lack of equity in the rules relating to global stock-taking in implementing the 2015 Paris climate change agreement. "India wishes to express its strong reservation regarding the treatment of equity in the global stock-take decision," India's lead negotiator Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Saturday at the pl...

  • Paris Climate Pact Non-Negotiable, No Compromise On Principles: India

    Paris Climate Pact Non-Negotiable, No Compromise On Principles: India

    India on Wednesday said the Paris climate agreement was "non-negotiable" and there could be no compromise on the basic principles such as equity and Common but Differentiated Responsibilities and Respective Capabilities (CBDR-RC).

  • UN Climate Negotiators Sweat Over Detail, Deep Political Divides

    UN Climate Negotiators Sweat Over Detail, Deep Political Divides

    Half-way through talks to breathe life into the Paris climate deal negotiators haggled over how to share the cost of curbing global warming and struggled to bridge deep political divides.

  • Donald Trump Attacks Paris Climate Agreement Amid France Protests

    Donald Trump Attacks Paris Climate Agreement Amid France Protests

    US President Donald Trump on Saturday once again attacked the Paris agreement on fighting climate change, citing the ongoing protests in the French capital as proof that he was right to reject the pact.

'Climate Change' - 286 Video Result(s)

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