New Study Claimed that little extra global warming will mean a lot for plants and animals

Putting spotlight on the impact of global warming on plants and animals, a newly published study has claimed that it will be impacting plants, animals and especially insects. According to the research work, restricting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above the average pre-industrial global temperature as suggested in Paris Agreement would help in preservingRead More

New research shows that Melting Antarctic glaciers are indeed freshening oceans

The horrifying effects of Global Warming have started coming on to the surface. The new research has indicated that the melting of the Antarctic glaciers due to global warming are pouring fresh water into the oceans around them. This freshening of the ocean’s water is blocking a process in which salty and cold water sinksRead More

Climate Change & Desertification – Everything You Need To Know

Desertification is defined as the land degradation by which land becomes arider. Due to different factors like deforestation, drought, or improper/inappropriate agriculture, land losses its vegetation which is termed as desertification. Scientists are claiming that there has been an interconnection between climate change, global warming, and desertification. It has been published that desertification affects theRead More

Threats to Biodiversity: Climate Change

The burning of the fossil fuels is considered as the major contributor towards climate change. Some of the most devastating impacts of climate change include warming oceans, melting glaciers, suffocating oceans, etc. It is predicted that by the year 2050, the climate change alone threatens the extinction of approximately one quarter or more of allRead More

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 levels are leading to higherRead More