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Antarctica is on the verge of turning green, thanks to climate change!

Antarctica is on the verge of turning green, thanks to climate change!

The scientists analysed data for the last 150 years, and found clear evidence of “changepoints” — points in time after which biological activity clearly increased — in the past half century.

Melting permafrost floods Arctic's doomsday global seed vault entrance!

Melting permafrost floods Arctic's doomsday global seed vault entrance!

The Global Seed Vault, opened in 2008, is a concrete bunker, 100 hundred metres deep inside a mountain. The refrigerated unit was designed to be a secure place to store seeds from many of Earth's 3 million known plant species.

20 mn people on brink of famine - These 4 African countries face 'unprecedented' humanitarian crisis

20 mn people on brink of famine - These 4 African countries face 'unprecedented' humanitarian crisis

Famine is defined as occurring when 20 per cent of the population is starving, 30 per cent of the children are extremely malnourished, and the mortality rate has reached double its average.

Climate change could potentially wipe tiny island nations off the map: Prince Charles

Climate change could potentially wipe tiny island nations off the map: Prince Charles

Charles said some northern nations seemed worryingly ambivalent about the difference.

NASA's global temperature analysis declares April 2017 second hottest in 137 years!

NASA's global temperature analysis declares April 2017 second hottest in 137 years!

This past April was only slightly warmer than the third warmest April, which occurred in 2010 and was 0.87 degrees warmer than the mean.

Rapid surge of Arctic glacier detected by ESA satellites

Rapid surge of Arctic glacier detected by ESA satellites

This latest jump in speed began in July 2016 and has been climbing ever since – even over the cold winter months.

India preparing law on Antarctica, poised to expand research activities in coldest continent

India preparing law on Antarctica, poised to expand research activities in coldest continent

India is also preparing a law for safeguarding its interest in Antarctica, an official of the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) said on Tuesday.

White House climate change meeting postponed

White House climate change meeting postponed

The White House said late on Monday that the meeting would be rescheduled. This is the second time a meeting of top aides on the issue has been delayed.

Arctic sea could be 'free of ice' by 2040, warn scientists

Arctic sea could be 'free of ice' by 2040, warn scientists

As per the new research, the Arctic sea has been thawing at a rapid pace over the past three decades, making the ice to fall by more than half.

Bonn climate talks under shadow of Trump threats

Bonn climate talks under shadow of Trump threats

The 11-day haggle in Bonn is meant to start drafting a "rulebook" to guide member countries in the practical execution of the pact, which seeks to brake global warming by curbing fossil fuel emissions.

Not beef, eat edible insects like crickets, mealworms to fight climate change: Study

Not beef, eat edible insects like crickets, mealworms to fight climate change: Study

The study further says that consuming these insects and imitation meats like tofu and other soyabean-based foods require the least land and energy to produce and are therefore, more sustainable.

Donald Trump anti-climate ghost hangs over UN meeting

Donald Trump anti-climate ghost hangs over UN meeting

Donald Trump had called climate change a "hoax" perpetrated by China, and promised to "cancel" the deal as president.

World leaders advised to step up climate change efforts

World leaders advised to step up climate change efforts

Bill McKibben, Co-Founder of 350.org, a grassroots climate campaign based in the US, said on Thursday that the rest of the world now had to choose one of two options in the light of Trump`s stance on climate change. 

New crack found in one of Antarctica’s largest ice shelves

New crack found in one of Antarctica’s largest ice shelves

Scientists fear the new branch that has appeared in a huge crack on one of Antarctica's largest ice shelves could be about to break. 

CO2 levels on Earth cross 410 ppm for the first time in history! - Is climate change winning?

CO2 levels on Earth cross 410 ppm for the first time in history! - Is climate change winning?

The first time the observatory recorded CO2 levels passing 400 ppm was back in 2013. Since then, 400 ppm is considered the new normal.

US President Donald Trump calls Paris climate deal 'one-sided'; says will make 'big decision' soon

US President Donald Trump calls Paris climate deal 'one-sided'; says will make 'big decision' soon

Trump claimed that it is estimated that for compliance with the agreement could ultimately shrink America's GDP by USD 2.5 trillion over a 10-year period.

Climate change and sparrows: PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat was all about the environment – Here's what he said

Climate change and sparrows: PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat was all about the environment – Here's what he said

Merely four months into the year, the people of India are already experiencing what seems like peak summers.

Photosynthesis inspires scientists to convert sunlight-induced CO2 into solar fuel!

Photosynthesis inspires scientists to convert sunlight-induced CO2 into solar fuel!

 Even though, previously, researchers had successfully managed to implement similar operations, they couldn't be realized due to unavailability of proper resources.

Rising levels of carbon dioxide may change crucial marine process

Rising levels of carbon dioxide may change crucial marine process

Climate change may be putting cyanobacteria, that are crucial to the functioning of the ocean, at risk.

Gear up! Scientists declare 2017 to be among hottest years on record

Gear up! Scientists declare 2017 to be among hottest years on record

US space agency NASA already declared 2016 as the hottest year on record.