Odhisha govt motivating flower growers to set up greenhouse

With floriculture suffering a setback after cyclone Phailin last year, Odisha government is encouraging flower growers to set up greenhouses in Ganjam district to boost production in a big way.

Climate change 375 mn years ago may have lead to mass extinction

Researchers have found proof for catastrophic oceanographic events linked with climate change and a mass extinction 375 million years ago that devastated tropical marine ecosystems.

Climate change may shrink wheat crop yields

Wheat is harvested in temperate zones on more than 220 million hectares, making it the most widely grown crop on Earth.

Greenhouse gas emissions hitting record highs

The greenhouse gas emissions are going up instead of down, hitting record highs.

World’s hottest chilli grown in UK can leave one shaking

The record for the world’s hottest chilli has been broken by one grown in a greenhouse in UK.

Using liquid foam technology to improve greenhouse, plant microclimates

Canadian researchers have developed a liquid foam technology to improve greenhouse climates.

Greenhouse emissions up 58% in last 15 yrs

India`s greenhouse gas emissions
(GHGs) have increased by 58 per cent to 1.9 billion tonnes
between 1994-2009, primarily from coal-based power sector that
nearly doubled its carbon footprint, a study has said.

Maha govt to frame policy for Greenhouses, floriculture

Maharashtra Government will soon
frame a comprehensive policy for promotion of Greenhouses and
floriculture in the state, State Marketing and Co-operation
Minister Harshvardhan Patil said today.

Nuclear energy may help cut greenhouse gas emissions

roposals are being worked upon at the Copenhagen summit to cut the greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere, prominent among which is the use of nuclear energy.

US agrees `greenhouse gases harm humans`

The US` EPA has given compelling scientific evidence that manmade greenhouse gases endangers health.

Reducing greenhouse gases not enough to slow global warming

A new research by a scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology has determined that reducing greenhouse gases may not be enough to slow down global warming.

Reducing greenhouse gases may not be enough to slow global warming

A new research by a scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology has determined that reducing greenhouse gases may not be enough to slow down global warming.

Carbon emissions fall with global downturn: Report

Greenhouse gas emissions have fallen thanks to the global downturn, handing the world a chance to move away from high-carbon growth, a report said on Monday, citing an International Energy Agency study.

Japan vows tough greenhouse gas cuts

Japan`s next prime minister Yukio Hatoyama delighted environmental activists but worried business leaders on Monday by vowing to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by 2020.

Japan`s next PM vows tough greenhouse gas cuts

Japan`s next Prime Minister Monday vowed tough greenhouse gas cuts for the world`s number two economy as he prepared to name key cabinet posts ahead of taking power next week.