Climate change

 - Sakshi Post
Nov 10, 2021
Climate change is causing a lot of problems, now leading to severe effects. However, this Canadian woman is the first person in the world to be diagnosed with climate change. The change has affected...
UNESCO Report On Climate Education In School Curriculum - Sakshi Post
Nov 08, 2021
UNESCO Report: The report highlights nations that have made significant progress in climate change education.
Water Disputes a Key Geopolitical Flashpoint in India, Rest of South Asia - Sakshi Post
Oct 22, 2021
Climate Change: On Thursday, US intelligence agencies identified Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan as among 11 nations that are "highly vulnerable" in terms of their capacity to plan for and respond...
 - Sakshi Post
Aug 12, 2021
Climate change has become a real issue and we all have had its effects in the past few years. But experts have suggested that this is just the beginning.
 - Sakshi Post
Aug 11, 2021
The authoritative Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report on August 9  which United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has termed as a “code red for humanity." The...
 - Sakshi Post
Dec 23, 2020
HYDERABAD: The cold wave that has taken over Telangana is most likely to continue. This might last for another two to three days.
Groups Heavily Paid By Google To Defy Climate Change - Sakshi Post
Oct 12, 2019
Google has been accused of making “substantial” donations to at least a dozen Washington-based think tanks that deny climate change and are actively campaigning against stricter climate legislation
 - Sakshi Post
Oct 03, 2019
For Developed countries, it is a burden on their growth plans by imposing restrictions on them. But in reality, Climate change has been occurring at a rapid pace with destruction in disguise and...
Donald Trump Name For Blind Amphibian - Sakshi Post
Dec 19, 2018
A newly discovered amphibian that buries its head in the sand has been named after US President Donald Trump, apparently in response to his comments about climate change, media reported.
Lifestyle Changes Needs To Combat Climate Change - Sakshi Post
Dec 18, 2018
Is the looming climate change apocalypse real? In the clearly-demarcated battle lines, the good guys are those who believe it is and the bad guys
They also said that the security of all vulnerable people should be ensured. - Sakshi Post
Oct 29, 2018
Moreover, many unpredictable things that are happening around the world like floods and droughts, earthquakes and tsunami, are slowly bleeding our economies.
Telangana Chief Secretary SK Joshi - Sakshi Post
Aug 20, 2018
Citizens Should Mitigate Impact Of Climate Change: Telangana CS  
Representational Image - Sakshi Post
Jul 28, 2018
Climate Change Causing Extreme Heat, Raging Wildfires
Himalayan Yak - Sakshi Post
Apr 16, 2018
The increasing trend of environmental temperature at high altitudes is resulting in heat stress in yak during warmer months of the year
World needs ‘greener’ water policies as demand rises: UN - Sakshi Post
Mar 19, 2018
World Needs ‘Greener’ Water Policies As Demand Rises: UN
Women are more likely than men to be affected by climate change, UN figures revealed - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2018
Women are more likely than men to be affected by climate change, UN figures revealed 
In this 2015 file photo, women take part in a giant red line demonstration from the COP21 Eiffel Tower replica down the Champs Elysee corridor during the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) in Le Bourget, near Paris, France. - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2018
As women mayors, we want to support the next generation of women because women bear the primary burden of tackling climate change today, and are likely to continue to do so in the future.
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Mar 03, 2018
The sea level may rise twice as high by 2100 as previously estimated as a result of climate change, a new NASA study says
US President Donald Trump - Sakshi Post
Feb 24, 2018
US President Donald Trump has once again blamed India and China for his decision to pull out of the Paris climate deal last year, saying that the “unfair” accord would have imposed “draconian...
Golf - Sakshi Post
Feb 07, 2018
Wetter winters and coastal erosion linked to climate change are threatening the future of golf, a report backed by governing body the R&A warned
Representational image - Sakshi Post
Jan 31, 2018
Mammals and birds are better able to stretch out and extend their habitats, meaning they adapt and shift much easier
Ram Prasad Lamsal, joint secretary at Nepal’s Ministry of Population and Environment, expressed gratitude to the Chinese government for the support. - Sakshi Post
Jan 22, 2018
The donated items included 32,000 sets of household solar power generation system (10Wp) and 325 sets of solar power generation system (1200Wp), battery, controller, LED bulb a
India has taken on a major leadership role in fighting climate change when others are failing, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said. - Sakshi Post
Jan 13, 2018
India has taken on a major leadership role in fighting climate change when others are failing, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said.
Dec 18, 2017
The video directly puts the blame on climate change as the script in the beginning says: “This is what climate change looks like.”
13-year-old Aanya from Ahmedabad is the youngest Indian to be selected for the “Climate Force: Antarctica 2018 Expedition” scheduled to be held from February 27 to March 12, 2018. - Sakshi Post
Dec 08, 2017
A 13-year-old student from Ahmedabad is the youngest Indian to be selected for the prestigious annual Antarctica Expedition organised to spread awareness about the effects of climate change.
Environmental changes, including climate, may have caused human beings to reach their maximum limits for height, lifespan and physical performance, researchers have found. - Sakshi Post
Dec 07, 2017
Environmental changes, including climate, may have caused human beings to reach their maximum limits for height, lifespan and physical performance, researchers have found.
Rockstrom and other scientists identified a dozen tipping points — keyed to different temperature triggers — in a briefing paper presented at the 196-nation, 12-day UN talks. - Sakshi Post
Nov 15, 2017
As climate change drives up temperatures, earth comes ever closer to dangerous ‘tipping points’ that could accelerate global warming beyond our capacity to reign it in,
UNFCCC 97 parties have been reconvened for the 23rd annual climate change talks in Bonn till November 17 - Sakshi Post
Nov 13, 2017
With forests equal to the size of New Zealand having disappeared last year, new action from countries and corporations to cut emissions from forest use
Two to four times more glaciers are at risk of accelerated melting - Sakshi Post
Nov 08, 2017
A geothermal heat source called a mantle plume lies deep below West Antarctica,
Shocking of carbon dioxide (C02) levels in the atmosphere have surged at “record-breaking speed” to new highs - Sakshi Post
Nov 08, 2017
The déjà vu moments at international climate meetings are coming more frequently than before. But these moments are important for the world community simply because they serve as a reminder of a...
Prime Minster Narendra Modi - Sakshi Post
Nov 06, 2017
He said technological advancement enables citizens to compare, discuss and analyse the credibility of news and the media should take extra caution to maintain its credibility.
Modi and Trump - Sakshi Post
Jun 12, 2017
The upcoming visit assumes importance in view of Trump’s efforts for stricter norms for issuance of H1-B visas and the US pulling out of the Paris Agreement
The Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris weretemporarily lit - Sakshi Post
Nov 05, 2016
Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris have temporarily been lit in green as a reminder to the world to enact the Paris Agreement on climate change 
Jet engine exhaust from airliners - Sakshi Post
Jul 27, 2016
Jet engine exhaust from airliners endangers human health
World Meteorological Organisation warned about global temperatures  - Sakshi Post
Jul 22, 2016
2016 on track to be world’s hottest year
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