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#WhatTheFAQ: Why will cow and sheep burps invite taxes in New Zealand from now on?

Controlling climate change is tough for every country. Cows and sheep are known to contribute to global warming and climate change by burping. It is true! Here's something more about it

Published on 9th June 2022
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#WhatTheFAQ: Is the world headed for a massive power outage?

In what was supposed to be a year of recovery after the pandemic, global warming and climate change seem to be leading the world towards an energy crisis

Published on 24th May 2022
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What happened on December 11: The Kyoto Protocol was signed and 'The Greatest' landed one final punch

The Kyoto Protocol was the first of many climate change treaties to come. Did it manage to have any real impact though?

Published on 11th December 2021
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Global warming, climate change might be causing increased health issues, finds Lancet study

Compared to the last Lancet report, “this one is the sobering realisation that we're going completely in the wrong direction”

Published on 21st October 2021
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July 2021 officially the hottest month humans ever recorded, sets another grim reminder for irreversible climate change

Asia had its hottest July on record, besting the previous record set in 2010

Published on 14th August 2021
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Does your city list among the 25 mega-cities responsible for 52% of the world's urban greenhouse gas

Research confirms that cities in Europe, USA, and Australia have a significantly greater carbon footprint than cities in developing nations, adding that current mitigation targets won't fix the issue

Published on 12th July 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: It's time to really panic because the glaciers are melting and how!

In today's #TBT, we attempt to shed light on an environmental disaster that is happening faster than we expected — the melting of the glaciers. Like the one in Montana, USA. Urgent attention needed! 

Published on 10th May 2021
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Study reveals that global warming may reduce biodiversity in tropical areas

The study estimates that marine biodiversity tends to increase until the average surface temperature of the ocean reaches about 65 degrees Fahrenheit, beyond which that diversity slowly declines

Published on 7th May 2021
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Over a third of Antarctic ice shelf area at risk of collapsing due to global warming: Study

The researchers noted that limiting temperature rise to two degrees Celsius rather than four degrees Celsius would halve the area at risk, and potentially avoid significant sea level rise

Published on 9th April 2021
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Captain Environment: This 12-year-old has a start-up that's trying to reduce global warming

Shashank Arun, founder of the start-up Captain Environment, talks about how he is inspiring other kids to follow a greener lifestyle

Published on 20th January 2021
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This 10-year-old CEO is saving the environment one seed at a time

Rangesh Vel, a 10-year-old entrepreneur talks about his company, Life Seedz that manufactures seed balls

Published on 20th January 2021
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Director Praveen Krupakar collaborates with Mysore varsity students for film on Karnataka's Soliga tribe

Praveen Krupakar, Director of Taledanda, speaks to us about his feature film on global warming and the beautiful plot involving the Soliga tribe 

Published on 18th January 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Why the Earth is heating up and who is responsible 

In today's #TBT, we talk about the report about global warming that puts a lot into perspective. We also touch upon the first impeachment process of Donald Trump that started last year today 

Published on 16th January 2021
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Sanskrit has all the answers: How JNU's Sanskrit seminar can help us hold on to our roots

Dr Ram Nath Jha of the Sanskrit Department, who has been pivotal in organising the conference said that around 100 research papers will be presented in Sanskrit

Published on 26th December 2019
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IIT Madras faculty works on breakthrough technology to derive power from estuaries

Rapidly dwindling fossil fuel reserves, coupled with concerns of environmental pollution and global warming issues have led to the exploration of alternate energy sources

Published on 16th August 2019

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