Sir David Attenborough is calling on global leaders to step-up their actions to curb climate change, saying that they are in denial about the dangers it poses despite the overwhelming evidence about its risks.
The dangers of melting Arctic sea ice have been laid bare after new research suggests that the loss of huge areas of the ocean’s snow cover have made a significant contribution to global warming in the past 15 years.
In the killer cyclone 'HudHud' that devastated Visakhapatnam, the irony is that a large number of 'HudHud' birds have also perished. For ornithologists, bird watchers and wildlife lovers, this has become a cause of concern.
Tick-Borne Diseases on the Rise Thanks to Global Warming Scientific American But the wide array of potential diseases ticks carry is one reason that public health officials remain greatly concerned about the geographic spread – linked to both...
The world needs to more than double its annual investment in renewable energy by 2030 in order to achieve the target to restrict global rise in temperature of 2ºC by the end of the century, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has...
From Ban ki-moon to Emma Thompson, 20 leading personalities from across the world talk about why they will take to the streets on Sunday to call for action on climate as world leaders gather for UN climate summit in New York on 23 September
The national conversation on climate change is far too politicized to be productive; in this environment, the earnest presentation of facts and studies isn’t bringing the reality of rising seas home to people.
As world leaders prepare to talk tough on climate change in New York City, the stark lack of progress made so far in tackling the problem is revealed (World on track for "worst case" #climatechange scenario, w/10-20 foot near-term sea level rise