Climate Change & Extreme Weather Conditions

Climate change is not a myth anymore. With the significant development in this domain, published research works and studies are indicating that climate change is real and is taking place at a faster pace. Furthermore, it is also disturbing the ecological balance and major indicators are warming oceans, melting glaciers,

How we respond to Changing Climate

Climate change is certainly a global issue. The rise in the emission of greenhouse gases, global warming, suffocating oceans, rising temperatures and several other associated factors are disturbing the ecological balance of the planet. These factors are threatening to make parts of the planet uninhabitable or inhospitable for life. The

Climate change will force mass migration

Climate change is considered as a key driver of migration. Harsh weather conditions is considered as one of the most devastating effect of climate change. Global warming is increasing the risk extreme weather including events like heat waves, heavy precipitation, droughts and wildfires. The scientists are confident that rising sea

Research suggests that Glacier mass loss passes the point of no return

A new study conducted by the researchers from the Universities of Bremen and Innsbruck have shown that Earth’s glaciers have passed the point of no return. The study has warned that melting over the next 100 years cannot be stopped even if emissions are slashed. The new study claims that

Renewable Energy – Key to Fight Climate Change

It is scientifically proven that burning of fossil fuel is the main cause of climate change. Though, there are several other factors that are also contributing towards the climate change but fossil fuels do substantially more damage. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, about 67 percent of the electricity

Glacier loss is accelerating because of global warming: New Research Finding

Global warming is no more a joke. The recent findings are clearly manifesting that planet is getting hotter day by day. It has been proved scientifically in many findings that global warming is a certainty due to which several events are taking place such as melting ice, extreme weather conditions,