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Source: Think Progress
The energy mix in the U.S. is changing — and two separate events this week point to how we’re getting more green energy and less of the dirty stuff.
Source: CS Monitor
Older species have survived for millions of years for a reason, say a team of Swiss scientists. These same factors that help them avoid extinction thus far will prove useful during future climate change
Economies across large swathes of the globe could shrink dramatically by mid-century as fresh water grows scarce due to climate change, the World Bank reported on Tuesday.
An Inuit community notices grizzly bears are traipsing through their land more and more. Bangladeshi fishers, faced with stormy skies, must stay off the water more often every year. After thousands of Arctic winters, Sweden’s...
Source: The Guardian
Water shortages will deliver a “severe hit” to the economies of the Middle East, central Asia, and Africa by the middle of the century, taking double digits off their GDP, the World Bank warned on Tuesday.
WRI - Last December, 196 countries adopted the historic Paris Agreement on climate change, creating the first universal pact to put the world on a path towards a zero-carbon, resilient future. Since then, some concrete steps have...
May 3, 2016 Summer of 2016(India): Water crisis is a reality, not mere a warning from environmentalistsSource: One India
After ignoring the warning from the environmentalists all these years, the enormity of water crisis is staring in our face this year.
Climate change may render parts of the Middle East -- now home to over 500 million people -- too hot for humans, according to a new study.
Source: Tampa Bay Review
Global Warming and the increasing Heat is something that has been haunting the United Nations and various climate bodies all over the world. As it seems, one of the largest democracy has also had a say in this. According to the...
Electric utilities should undergo stress tests to show how their business models are in line with limiting global warming, a global network of investors said on Friday.
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