These effects are globally being discoursed upon, however, there's one thing that's not being considered – Food.
Dr N R Menon, Dr E Vivekanandan and Dr Ajith Joseph were present at panelists during the discussion.
The majority of the most vulnerable countries are African and small island nations like Maldives, Mauritius, Fiji and Antigua and Barbuda.
The research team hopes the study findings would inspire better environmental noise management in coastal areas.
Birds of 11 rare species thought to be extinct have been found during a survey of the water bodies in Jharkhand, a state forest department official said.
This is indeed a good news for the residents of the national capital.
The disoriented damselfish were six times less likely to dart away from an attack, and more than twice as likely to wind up as some other fish`s meal, the study found.
A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar granted its nod for the 6th edition of 21 Gun Salute International Vintage car rally in the national capital on February 6 and 7.
Researchers said the crescent-shaped protrusion atop the head of Rusingoryx, which roamed Africa`s savannas tens of thousands of years ago, was unlike anything on any other mammal, past or present.
The density on PM2.5, or particles measuring less than 2.5 microns in diametre, dropped 14.1 percent from the previous year in 74 key cities in 2015, and readings of PM10 fell by 11.4 percent.
Born at the zoo on August 30, Tintin is the fifth and only male cub of the mother Yaya. He now weighs 9.2 kg.
The 40-foot-long blue whale, which was found stranded in the three-feet shallow waters along the beach at Kolthare village in Dapoli tehsil of Ratnagiri district, was rescued by the locals and marine experts.
In a first, researchers including one of Indian origin have directly converted carbon dioxide from thin air into methanol fuel - a discovery that can create a sustainable fuel source from greenhouse gas emissions in the near future.
Over the past million years, the Earth has gone back and forth between ice ages, or glacial periods, and interglacial periods, with each period lasting for roughly 100,000 years.
Ponds play an important role in the carbon cycle as gases produced at the bottom of small ponds are able to reach the top more often than what occurs in larger lakes, due to greater water mixing and shallower waters.
The new study reveals that unless pushed by outside forces, temperatures should remain stable.
World Wetlands Day marks the adopting of the Convention on Wetlands in the Iranian city of Ramsar on 2 February in 1971.
Within the public area, visitors can climb a 10.65-metre tall Raptor tower to get a panoramic view of the surrounding marshes.
The scientists filmed the volcanic event by chance while aboard research vessel "Investigator" studying the fringe of Antarctica`s Heard Island.
As per CPCB report, only about 40-50 per cent of the population of the major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore were served by sewer systems.
Mahajan said schemes like Make in India, Skill India and Digital India would give the country a leg-up in achieving the sustainable development goals.
CSE has analysed the data from the official ambient monitoring reported by the Central Pollution Control Board and West Bengal State Pollution Control Board.
The flightless bird, known as Genyornis newtoni, was nearly 7 feet tall and appears to have lived in much of the continent prior to the advent of humans 50,000 years ago, the study revealed.
New study suggests a correlation between the number of earthworms and the abundance and diversity of certain understory species.
The research suggests that plastics have such a long-lasting impact on the planet's geology because they are inert and hard to degrade.
The latest killing came less than 48 hours after the second rhino was found killed.
The species, found in the US state of Alabama in marine sediment, is the most complete, primitive duck-billed dinosaur ever to be discovered in the eastern US.
The dolphin conservationists team has been planning to conduct the survey after spotting a rare baby dolphin in a protected area between Mandalay and Kyaukmyaug in September last year.
Natural climate variability causes temperatures to wax and wane over a period of several years, rather than varying erratically from one year to the next.
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