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Changing rainfall pattern linked to Indian Ocean warming

Groundwater plays a vital role in food and water security in India.

Antarctica more vulnerable to warming than thought: Study

Antarctica more vulnerable to warming than thought: Study

East Antarctica`s massive ice sheet may be more exposed to global warming than long assumed, according to a study Monday that shows how strong winds can erode ice shelves that help hold it in place.

Polar bears losing life-sustaining sea ice: Study

Polar bears losing life-sustaining sea ice: Study

According to scientists, the Arctic is warming at nearly double the global rate as a result of climate change fuelled by mankind's burning of fossil fuels, a process that emits heat-trapping greenhouse gases.

Earth had 11th straight record warm month in March

Earth had 11th straight record warm month in March

As Earth continues to warm and is influenced by phenomena such as El Nino, global temperature records are piling up.

'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.

Climate change: Temperature rose by 2 degree Celsius in Northeast India

Climate change: Temperature rose by 2 degree Celsius in Northeast India

The northeastern region will see a rise in temperatures by 1.8 to 2.1 degrees Celsius and an increase in the mean annual rainfall by 0.3 to 3 percent in the 2030s.

Two degrees Celsius warming will spike sea level rise

Two degrees Celsius warming will spike sea level rise

Using computer modelling, the researchers simulated the ice sheet's response to a warming climate under a range of greenhouse gas emission scenarios.

World headed for 2.7 Celsius warming: Analysis

Earth is on track for average warming of 2.7 degrees Celsius by 2100, higher than the UN target, said an analysis today of country pledges for curbing climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions.

Polar bears can't cope with starvation in summers: Study

Polar bears can't cope with starvation in summers: Study

A new study has revealed that polar bears' metabolism cannot cope with starvation associated with warmer summers in the Arctic.

England very likely to see record-breaking warm years

England very likely to see record-breaking warm years

A team of researchers has shown that the chances of England experiencing record-breaking warm years, such as the one seen in 2014, are at least 13 times higher now as a result of anthropogenic climate change.

Evidence from warm past backs recent climate change predictions

According to a new study, records of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere millions of years ago support current predictions on climate change from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Volcanic eruptions partly behind 'warming hiatus'

Volcanic eruptions partly behind 'warming hiatus'

The "warming hiatus" that has occurred over the last 15 years has been caused in part by small volcanic eruptions, according to a new study.

World not close to avoiding dangerous warming: UN

he world still isn't close to preventing what leaders call a dangerous level of man-made warming, a new United Nations report says. That's despite some nations' recent pledges to cut back on carbon dioxide emissions.

Global warming `not uniform`

Researchers have found that the world is indeed getting warmer, but historical records show that it hasn`t happened everywhere at the same rate.

Warming is causing Arctic to get greener

Warming in the Arctic in recent years has caused the area to get greener.

Warming oceans drive movement of marine species

Warming ocean waters are driving the largest movement of marine species in thousands of years.

Thaw of Earth`s icy sunshade may stoke warming

Shrinking ice and snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere is reflecting less sunshine back into space, claims a new study.

Global experts: Warming could double food prices

Even if we stopped spewing global warming gases today, we would face a steady rise in food prices.

Thousands of Chinese swim in Taiwan lake amid warming ties

More than 2,000 Chinese visitors
swam across a scenic lake in Taiwan on Sunday, officials said, a
record number for the yearly event amid fast-warming ties
between the mainland and the island.

Warming to bring stronger hurricanes: Study

Top researchers now agree that the world is likely to get stronger but fewer hurricanes in the future because of global warming, seeming to settle a scientific debate on the subject.