Global warming: West Antarctic ice sheet could melt in next 1,000 years!

Global warming: West Antarctic ice sheet could melt in next 1,000 years!

The Antarctic already today contributes to the annual sea level rise with 0.4 millimetres, as per scientific findings.

Global warming likely to extend for thousands of years

Global warming likely to extend for thousands of years

The international team of scientists generated new scenarios for temperature rise, glacial melting, sea-level rise and coastal flooding based on state-of-the-art climate and ice sheet models.

Climate change may cause these food items to become extinct!

Climate change may cause these food items to become extinct!

These effects are globally being discoursed upon, however, there's one thing that's not being considered – Food.

Climate change affecting fisheries wealth: Scientists

Climate change affecting fisheries wealth: Scientists

Dr N R Menon, Dr E Vivekanandan and Dr Ajith Joseph were present at panelists during the discussion.

Less polluted nations most vulnerable to climate change

Less polluted nations most vulnerable to climate change

The majority of the most vulnerable countries are African and small island nations like Maldives, Mauritius, Fiji and Antigua and Barbuda.

Study confirms global warming not driven by natural forces

Study confirms global warming not driven by natural forces

The new study reveals that unless pushed by outside forces, temperatures should remain stable.

Chewang Norphel - The man who creates artificial glaciers to survive warming in Ladakh

Meet Chewang Norphel, the man who has built 10 artificial glaciers to survive global warming in Ladakh

Heavy snowfall hits America, China and Japan

Due to global warming, the climate change is very adverse this year. The cold winters are becoming colder and colder creating snow alert even for the super powers like U.S.A and Japan.

'Doomsday' clock remains at three minutes to midnight: What does it mean

'Doomsday' clock remains at three minutes to midnight: What does it mean

The "doomsday" clock serves as a metaphor for how close humanity is to destroying the planet.

Record warm years 'almost certainly' due to man-made climate change

Record warm years 'almost certainly' due to man-made climate change

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.

This year's winter season spelling trouble for the world

This year's winter season is troubling almost all the countries. The U.S.A is covered in the thick white sheet of snow and creating problems for the public.

Greenland ice melt putting global ocean circulation at risk

Greenland ice melt putting global ocean circulation at risk

Researchers say it could impact the future climate in places such as portions of Europe and North America.

'Paris climate pact not enough to tackle global warming'

'Paris climate pact not enough to tackle global warming'

Researchers say the 2 degrees Celsius target cannot be met in many regions of the world, even if it were adhered to on a global scale.

Planet shatters warming records, 2015 hottest `by far`

Planet shatters warming records, 2015 hottest `by far`

Not only was 2015 the warmest worldwide since 1880, it shattered the previous record held in 2014 by the widest margin ever observed, said the report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Global warming: World's oceans warming at faster rate

Global warming: World's oceans warming at faster rate

Scientists have found that half of the global ocean heat content increase since 1865 has occurred over the past two decades.

Science and technology will threaten humanity within 10,000 years: Stephen Hawking

Science and technology will threaten humanity within 10,000 years: Stephen Hawking

Physicist Stephen Hawking has warned that new technologies will likely bring about "new ways things can go wrong" for human survival.

Global warming strikes deep into oceans, says study

Global warming strikes deep into oceans, says study

The oceans have soaked up as much heat from global warming over the last two decades as during the preceding 130 years, according to a study published on Tuesday.

Global warming strikes deep into oceans: study

The oceans have soaked up as much heat from global warming over the last two decades as during the preceding 130 years, according to a study published today.

2015 a 'tipping point' for climate change

2015 a 'tipping point' for climate change

When future generations write the history of humanity's faltering quest to repair Earth's climate system, 2015 will have its own chapter. Nature, along with the usually fractious family of nations, conspired to make it a landmark year: almost certainly the hottest on record for the planet as a whole, and a rare moment of unity when 195 states pledged to curb the carbon pollution that drives global warming.

Global warming: Next ice age delayed for 100,000 years

Global warming: Next ice age delayed for 100,000 years

Global warming could delay next ice age, says a new study.