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Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day!

Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day!

Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day! In our quest for development that has meant urbanization, defense up gradation, agriculture and industrialization we have fooled ourselves every day as we have chosen a path of self destruction. Modern day development has come at a huge cost of environment. Increase in atmospheric temperature is one

Floods In Thailand’s Northeast Kill 23 People- Daily Post India

Floods In Thailand’s Northeast Kill 23 People

Heavy rains have brought some of the worst floods for years to Thailand’s rural northeast where 23 people have died over the past month, officials said today. Flash floods have disrupted air travel, inundated rail tracks and swallowed farmland across the rice-farming region of Isaan, affecting more than one million Thais. Twenty-three people have died

Excess heatwave results in death of 7 year old bengal tiger

Excess heatwave results death 7 year old bengal tiger. The ongoing heatwave has reportedly claimed life of a 7-year-old Bengal tiger in Guwahati. Assam is reeling under extreme temperatures with high levels of humidity.According to a report, a Guwahati-based meteorological centre has informed that the region is not likely to get respite and there will

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As Trump dumps Paris treaty, world leaders vow to fight against climate change

Top European leaders on Friday pledged to keep fighting against global warming as President Donald Trump announced he was pulling out of the Paris climate accord, but they rejected his suggestion that the deal could later be renegotiated. The leaders of France, Germany and Italy said in a joint statement that they regretted the United

‘Global warming to hit Indian dairy sector’

New Delhi: Global warming portends ill for India’s flourishing dairy sector that stands to lose a whopping three million tonnes of milk in the next three years as average temperatures increase, with wide fluctuations in day and night temperatures, industry experts warned on Friday. In a report related to dairy farming Punjab did not find

Rio Games open with ‘Samba’, global warming taking centerstage

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil showcased its rich history and cultural heritage, combined with Rio’s famous ‘Samba’ dance, as the 31st Olympic Games was officially launched with a subtle yet powerful message of global warming plaguing the world in a glittering opening ceremony here. Brazil organisers put their passion for football aside and made climate change

Why global warming hasn’t touched Antarctic Ocean

New York:  While the world continues to grapple under the effects of global warming, researchers have found why the waters surrounding Antarctica are among the last places on Earth to be seemingly unaffected by the human-driven climate change. The findings showed that the unique ocean currents that surround Antarctica continually pull deep and centuries-old seawater