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Turning Up The Volume on Climate Change Isn’t Changing Behaviour

Dec 18th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: On discovering that their mother tongue is not shared by everyone, tourists have been known to redouble their efforts to communicate by raising their voices. This comical failure to grasp the difference between a message not being heard and not being received also has a tragic side, because we appear to be doing something

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Tree Find Confirms Italian Alpine Melt

Dec 17th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: It was only a single, withered conifer needle, but it told a dramatic story of climate change. Glaciologists found it in a set of ice cores drilled through a glacier on top of Mount Ortles, in the Italian Alps. It lay about 80 metres below the glacial surface, encased in solid ice, and carbon

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Will Dry Up Water Resources

Dec 16th, 2013 | By




The Hindu: A leaked final draft of the UN scientific panel on climate change report has warned of the risks that the world faces from climate change impacts if the greenhouse gas emissions are not curtailed and countries do not adapt quickly enough. The report of the Working Group II of the UN Intergovernmental panel on

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Reigniting The Climate Change Debate

Dec 16th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: George Marshall is a co founder of the Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN), an organisation based in Oxford in the UK which specialises in climate change communication. Whenever he can, Marshall tries to engage people in conversation about global warming: he finds it a tough task. “I’m always casual about it – after all,

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Apple Orchards Dying As Hills Get Warmer

Dec 14th, 2013 | By




Times News Network: With apple trees failing to get required chill hours during winters and frequency of snowfall decreased over the years, many fatal diseases have gripped orchards in Kullu district, which has impacted annual apple production in the region. Total area under apple cultivation in Kullu district is 24,000 hectares and nearly 85% of the total

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Melting Ice a ‘Sleeping Giant’ That Will Push Sea Levels Higher

Dec 14th, 2013 | By
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NBC News Science: By the time today’s preschoolers are babysitting their grandkids, global sea levels are likely to be pushing 2 feet higher than they are now and on the way to topping 8 feet above current levels by the year 2200, according to a new study. The finding stems from geologic evidence that allowed scientists

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Earth’s Poles Are Shifting Because of Climate Change

Dec 14th, 2013 | By
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New Scientist: Climate change is causing the North Pole’s location to drift, owing to subtle changes in Earth’s rotation that result from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets. The finding suggests that monitoring the position of the pole could become a new tool for tracking global warming. Computer simulations had suggested that the melting of ice

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Report Backlash May Have Contributed To Uttarakhand Disaster – Experts

Dec 13th, 2013 | By
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Thomson Reuters Foundation: A report warned a decade ago about the threat posed by a glacial lake that in June burst its banks and contributed to flooding that killed thousands in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. But fears that the report – and reporting about it – were too sensational may have contributed to a

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The US And China Must Show Leadership on Climate Change

Dec 13th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: The world is approaching a watershed moment in its battle to limit the risks posed by global climate change, and international leadership from the United States is needed now more than ever before. A report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in September warned that emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are

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Ozone Hole Won’t Heal Until 2070, Says NASA

Dec 13th, 2013 | By
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The banning of ozone-depleting chemicals hasn’t yet caused detectable improvements in the Antarctic ozone hole, new research suggests. Instead, changes in the South Pole’s ozone hole from year-to-year are likely the result of natural variations in wind patterns, researchers said Wednesday (Dec. 11) in a press conference at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union. “Ozone is produced in

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Atlas Shows Environmental Change in Vulnerable Arab Region

Dec 13th, 2013 | By
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UNEP News Center: The pace of environmental change in the Arab region may be faster than in the rest of the world due to growing populations and increasing environmental pressures, according to a new report released today. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative (AGEDI), supported by the Environment

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Developing Countries Still Waiting for a Global Response to Climate Change

Dec 13th, 2013 | By
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Inter Press Service Reports: As president of the Council of Ministers of the African, Caribbean and Pacific states, Samoa’s Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi had the perfect forum to voice his concerns about the effects climate change has had on his island nation.Malielegaoi, who chaired a two-day ministerial conference in Brussels, which ended Wednesday, Dec. 11, said

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Earth ‘May Be Doubly Sensitive’ to CO2

Dec 12th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: The sensitivity of the Earth system to a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be twice as great as scientists had thought, new climate records from the distant past suggest. You may think the prospect of climate change is alarming, a call to action to slow down our emissions of carbon dioxide and

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China’s Coal Emissions Responsible For ‘Quarter of a Million Premature Deaths’

Dec 12th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Emissions from coal plants in China were responsible for a quarter of a million premature deaths in 2011 and are damaging the health of hundreds of thousands of Chinese children, according to a new study. The study by a US air pollution expert, commissioned by Greenpeace, comes as many areas in northern and eastern China have been experiencing hazardous levels

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India Faces Uphill Battle on Biodiversity

Dec 12th, 2013 | By
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Nature: India’s Western Ghats are a tainted paradise. Running almost the length of the country’s western coast, the mountain range covers just 6% of India’s landmass but is home to more than 30% of its plant, fish, bird and mammal species, making it one of the world’s top ten biodiversity hotspots. But the mountains also

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Bhutan Prospers by Exporting ‘Sustainable’ Energy, But Some Doubt That It Is

Dec 11th, 2013 | By
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Traveling in this western Bhutanese valley is like going back in time before the Industrial Revolution, with only forests, rice paddies and scattered farming villages visible from the road. But after one more turn, the peaceful countryside life is suddenly replaced by chugging machinery. Welcome to the construction site of Bhutan’s Punatsangchhu-I hydropower plant. The

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Newly Discovered Greenhouse Gas 7000 Times More Powerful Than CO2′

Dec 11th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: A new greenhouse gas that is 7,000 times more powerful than carbon dioxide at warming the Earth has been discovered by researchers in Toronto. The newly discovered gas, perfluorotributylamine (PFTBA), has been in use by the electrical industry since the mid-20th century. The chemical, that does not occur naturally, breaks all records for potential

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Climate Change Hits Bamboo Production in India

Dec 11th, 2013 | By
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Thomson Reuters Foundation — Changing rainfall patterns are slashing bamboo production in northeast India, leading to losses of jobs and businesses. Erratic rainfall and dry spells have led bamboo to flower more frequently, then die back afterward, local people say. That has hurt families who are dependent on the grass for their livelihoods and even

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Reducing Sunlight ‘Will Not Cool Earth’

Dec 8th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: Two German scientists have just confirmed that you can’t balance the Earth’s rising temperatures by simply toning down the sunlight. It may do something disconcerting to the patterns of global rainfall. Earlier this year a US-led group of scientists ran sophisticated climate models of a geo-engineered world andproposed the same thing. Now

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Climate Change Will Push Water, Energy Resources

Dec 8th, 2013 | By
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The Hindu: Climate change would cast an adverse impact on water and energy resources and governments need to address these issues. This was the observation made by experts at a seminar on Climate change – Impact on Agriculture in India, held at National Institute of Nutrition here on Saturday. Though no clear trend had emerged with

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Lack of Snowfall Turns Himalayan Peaks Into ‘Black Hills’

Dec 6th, 2013 | By
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The Himalayan Times: Having heard and talked about climate change for so long, many communities of the Himalayan region have recently started to feel the adverse impacts stirred up by environmental imbalance in their own lives. The realisation comes with the lack of snowfall even despite the intensifying winter the Himalayan settlements of Thukla, Jongla, Goraksep

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Islamabad Climate Vulnerability Study in Final Phase

Dec 6th, 2013 | By




Daily Times Pakistan: The Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptive Assessment (CCV&AA) for Islamabad and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) for making Islamabad a model climate resilient city would be ready by the end of this month. The Climate Change and Vulnerability Adaptation Assessment (CC& VAA) initiative has been planned in line with the National Climate Change

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Tipping Points: Where May Abrupt Impacts from Climate Change Occur?

Dec 5th, 2013 | By
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Science Daily: Climate change has increased concern over possible large and rapid changes in the physical climate system, which includes Earth’s atmosphere, land surfaces, and oceans. Some of these changes could occur within a few decades or even years, leaving little time for society and ecosystems to adapt. A new report from the National Research Council

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Pouring Water on Coal Power

Dec 5th, 2013 | By
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New Straits Times: The latest findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) conclude that we are quickly using up our carbon “budget” — the amount of carbon that we can afford to emit while still having a good chance of limiting global warming to 2ºC.. According to the IPCC, keeping the global temperature

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EASAC Report Warns Europe on Extreme Weather Event Increase

Dec 4th, 2013 | By




Europe needs to plan for future probabilities of extreme weather. Heat waves, floods and storms do not respect national frontiers, so there is a need for action at both national and EU levels. The IPCC has advised that the frequency of many types of extreme weather events will continue to grow globally in coming years.

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Acid Oceans Harm More Species

Dec 4th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: As climate change warms the world’s oceans, they are becoming more acidic. Researchers in Europe and the US have found the rising acidity is bad news for several species. The chemistry of the oceans is changing. And it isn’t just the corals and the baby oysters that are unhappy. It makes juvenile

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2C Rise Will Be A Disaster Say Leading Scientists

Dec 3rd, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: Countries round the world have pledged to try and limit the average global temperature rise to 2C above pre industrial figures. That’s way too high and would threaten major dislocations for civilization say a group of prominent scientists. Governments have set the wrong target to limit climate change. The goal at present –

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Arab World Sinks Deeper Into Water Crisis, Warns UNDP

Dec 3rd, 2013 | By
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IPS News: The Arab world is widely perceived as blessed with an embarrassment of riches: an abundance of oil (Saudi Arabia), one of the world’s highest per capita incomes (Qatar), and home to the world’s tallest luxury building (United Arab Emirates). But it lacks one of the most finite resources necessary for human survival: water. “The

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Climate Change: Severe Food, Water Shortage On The Horizon

Dec 3rd, 2013 | By
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The Express Tribune: Pakistan needs to gear up to avoid the negative impact of climate change on crop production, water availability and food security. This was stated by Dr Mohsin Iqbal, head of the agriculture and coordination section at the Global Change Impact Studies Centre (GCISC), who added that recent projections have confirmed that wheat

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Extreme Weather Could Become Norm Around Indian Ocean

Nov 30th, 2013 | By
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New Scientist: What do the torrential rains that swept across a swathe of East Africa in 1997 have in common with the record-breaking drought that Australia has just emerged from? Both can be blamed on El Niño’s Indian Ocean sibling. A study looking at how climate change will affect this ocean oscillation pattern has predicted that if the world

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Climate Change is Increasing The Intensity of Extreme Weather Events

Nov 30th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Three weeks ago the most powerful typhoon ever recorded to hit land destroyed parts of the Philippines. The devastation has been catastrophic, flattening homes, schools and hospitals and leaving thousands dead and 5.5 million children affected. Unicef has worked in the Philippines since 1948 and experienced staff returning from the worst affected areas such as Leyte are

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Africa’s Best Hope of Combating Climate Change is to Share Knowledge

Nov 29th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Climate Change is one of the defining issues of our time, and Africa is the most vulnerable continent to its impact. A crucial determinant of the continent’s future is how well adaptation strategies are developed and implemented throughout the region. Adaptation is knowledge intensive, and there is an urgent need for improved access to relevant and

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Acidifying Oceans Alarm Hundreds of Scientists

Nov 28th, 2013 | By
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Environment News Service: Climate change is causing the world’s oceans to acidify at rates not seen for the last 55 million years, and the only way to moderate this danger is to reduce human emissions of carbon dioxide, conclude 540 scientists from 37 countries in a new report. Their conclusion is the outcome of the Third

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Faith-Based IPCC Turns Science Into Sin

Nov 28th, 2013 | By




The Fifth Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) makes clear that climate alarmism is now and has always been a matter of faith, and not science. The just-released report includes remarkable revelations. Contrary to previous IPCC reports, this report shows that planet Earth’s mean temperature is not directly tied to the concentration of

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350+ Species Added to IUCN Red List’s Threatened Categories in Last Six Months

Nov 27th, 2013 | By
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The number of threatened species on the IUCN Red List has grown by 352 since this summer, according to an update released today. Currently, 21,286 species are now listed as threatened with extinction out of the 71,576 that have been evaluated. The new update comes with both good and bad news for a number of

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5 Steps to Disaster-Ready, Climate-Resilient Communities

Nov 26th, 2013 | By
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MANILA, Philippines – Local government units (LGUs) are on the front lines during disasters. By law, LGUs have a mechanism that ensures the most basic form of preparedness. Under Republic Act 10121, or the Disaster Risk Reduction Management Act, the government must create and implement a comprehensive plan to make local governments and the nation as

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No Time for Delay in Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions : IPCC Scientists

Nov 24th, 2013 | By
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As the end of the second week of climate talks draws nigh in Warsaw, a group of high profile scientists have laid out what needs to happen to stay below two degrees of global warming. The answer? Deep greenhouse gas cuts, and no more excuses for delay. A matter of urgency In its latest report, the

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Polluted Ganges River Threatens People’s Livelihoods

Nov 23rd, 2013 | By
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The Ganges is India’s holiest river, considered a source of spiritual purification for devout Hindus. But today the river is among the world’s most polluted, struggling under the pressures of modern India. On the banks of the Ganges River in the Indian city of Varanasi, a man in his thirties is washing clothes by rhythmically

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Sharing Knowledge on Mountain Climate Still Lacking

Nov 23rd, 2013 | By
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There are thousands of policymakers, climate scientists, activists and journalists from all over the world gathered here in the Polish capital for the climate summit, officially known as the 19th Conference of the Parties (COP19) to discuss climate change. As every year, everything from global temperature rises, greenhouse gas emission, ocean acidification, biodiversity conservation, farming, to scarcity of natural resources is on

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Historic CO2 Emissions Require Cuts Now

Nov 21st, 2013 | By




Two scientists urge the world to start reducing greenhouse emissions right now. There’s no time to be lost, they argue in Nature Climate Change. Future global temperatures depend on how much carbon dioxide has accumulated in the atmosphere, so as emissions increase, so does the rate of warming. The reasoning by Myles Allen, of the

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Parts of World Becoming Impossible to Live In

Nov 19th, 2013 | By
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Hindustan Times: Several parts across the globe are becoming uninhabitable because of extreme climates, warned climatologists and medical practitioners on the sidelines of the ongoing UN climate change conference on Sunday.Along with World Health Organisation (WHO) officials and public health activists, they were gathered at the Global Climate and Health Alliance event to discuss the

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Bangladesh Advances in Climate Risk Index

Nov 18th, 2013 | By
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Even though Bangladesh had been ranked as the fifth risky country to adverse climate change impacts during 1993-2012, it was not on the top 10 list as of last year, a new study says. The Global Climate Risk Index (CRI) 2014, released on Tuesday at the UN Climate Conference in Warsaw of Poland, identifies Honduras,

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Eight Lakh People May Die if 8 Magnitude Quake Hits: NDMA VC

Nov 15th, 2013 | By
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More than eight lakh people may die if an earthquake measuring 8 on the Richter scale occurs in the seismically-active Himalayan states from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh, National Disaster Management Authority’s Vice Chairman M Shashidhar Reddy Thursday warned. Inaugurating a stall on disaster management at India International Trade Fair here, Reddy said people

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Asians Are Feeling Climate Change And Want To Adapt

Oct 9th, 2013 | By
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Asian Scientist: Extreme weather and hotter temperatures are reducing crop production, and Asia is struggling to adapt to climate change. Most people in Asia are experiencing the impact of climate change and are keen on changing their lifestyles, a study says. The ‘Climate Asia’ study, published by BBC Media Action, the UK media organization’s international

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Why We’d be Mad to Rule Out Climate Engineering

Oct 9th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: If climate change continues then all options to lessen its impact, including geoengineering, must be considered as a last resort. The release of the report by the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) last month threw into stark relief the clear message on anthropogenic global warming and sounded the direst of warnings against our continued

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Mainstreaming Climate Adaptation in Himalayan Region

Oct 8th, 2013 | By
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SDC/IHCAP: This report looks at the interventions that the Indian Himalayas Climate Adaptation programme can make in the policy sphere to advance the cause of adaptations to climate change effects and sustainable development in the Himalayas. The principal findings of this preliminary report are two: There are policy prescriptions at the Government of India and State Government levels

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Indian Himalayan States Discuss Climate Change Action Plan

Oct 8th, 2013 | By
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SDC/IHCAP: The state governments of the Indian Himalayan Region came together for the first ever regional  consultation meeting to discuss their State Action Plans on Climate Change (SAPCC) and specific linkages to the National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem (NMSHE) on September 18-19, 2013. The regional consultation meeting was organised by the Indian Himalayas

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Look Climate Change Issues in Indian Perspective Rather Blindly Following IPCC

Oct 8th, 2013 | By
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Allvoices: Renowned environmental activist and Convener, Forum for a Sustainable Environment Dr. S Jeevananda Reddy suggested that there is a need to look in to climate change issues in Indian perspective rather than blindly following Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) model based hypothetical studies with low scientific integrity, which have their vested interests. In

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The Himalayas, A Special Report

Oct 8th, 2013 | By
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With one-fifth of the world’s population relying on seasonal Himalayan melting, the disappearance of the Third Pole is sending warning signs. Floods, droughts, wildfires, windstorms, water contamination and illnesses plague the 1.3 billion people who live in the watersheds directly supplied by glacial melt from the Hindu Kush-Himalaya (HKH) region. The waterways of Afghanistan, Bangladesh,

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General Adaptations For Farmers And Growers

Oct 8th, 2013 | By
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The climate is changing and reacting to these changes is crucial for the future of farming. Farmers can take advantage of the opportunities offered by climate change  by being ahead of the game and taking early action to adapt their businesses to the changes ahead. Collect rainwater for use in dry periods for crop irrigation and drinking

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Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX)

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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IPCC: This Summary for Policymakers presents key findings from the Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX). The SREX approaches the topic by assessing the scientific literature on issues that range from the relationship between climate change and extreme weather and climate events (‘climate extremes’) to the

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The IPCC Report – Where Now?

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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CNN: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has now published the first part of its Fifth Assessment Report, AR5. It says humanity is largely responsible for the recent warming of the Earth, it re-tells the Panel’s familiar story of rising temperatures and sea levels, of melting glaciers and ice sheets. Described by some as “conservative”

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Water in Earth’s Atmosphere May Cause Climate Warming

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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ToI: Water vapour in Earth’s stratosphere contributes to warmer temperatures and likely plays an important role in the evolution of climate on our planet, a new study has found. Researchers found that increased surface temperatures, such as from the addition of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, leads to increased humidity in the stratosphere. Because stratospheric water

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IPCC Report More Certain About Global Warming

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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Scientists are 95 per cent certain that humans have caused recent temperature rises The seas are set to reach higher-than-expected levels by the end of the century But experts fear the report will fail to spur serious government action Development experts and scientists have reacted cautiously to leaked versions of the first part of the

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Adapting to Climate Cchange in Bangladesh

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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SciDev.Net: Natural disasters — particularly tropical cyclones, tornadoes, storm surges and flooding — occur frequently in Bangladesh. With changing weather patterns, these disasters are predicted to become both more frequent and more intense. During the past century, over 400 tropical cyclones have struck Bangladesh’s coast, causing widespread devastation and death. Earlier this year, Cyclone Mohasen

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Erratic Weather Threatens Livelihoods In Pakistan

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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SciDevNet: In recent years, climatic stresses, particularly droughts and floods, have devastated yields and caused crops to fail for many farmers across Pakistan. Erratic rainfall — particularly in rain-fed areas like Taxila, 20 miles northwest of the capital, Islamabad — has further exacerbated farmers’ problems and led to a slump in yields. With four dry winters in

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Seti Flashflood Was Not Caused By Climate Change: Scientists

Oct 7th, 2013 | By
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Republica: Experts have concluded that a devastating flashflood in the Seti River last year was not caused by climate change. A report prepared after a yearlong by a panel of experts including scientists from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States, concluded that the sudden deluge in the river on May 5,

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Mountains And Climate Linked Disasters: Less Concerned Actors

Oct 1st, 2013 | By
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Climate Himalaya: Disaster related early warning systems are available in South Asian countries like Nepal, and neighbouring countries like India should learn and adopt such technologies in their region. A side event at 4th Global Meeting of Mountain Partnership was organized by Climate Himalaya and Centre for Environment Education India at Erzurum, Turkey on 18th

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4th Global Meeting Reaffirms Mountain Agenda In New Strategy

Sep 18th, 2013 | By
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In the fourth global meeting of ‘Mountain Partnership’ 17-20 September, at Erzurum in Turkey, over 100 members from around the globe endorsed a new improved sustainable mountain development strategy for 2014-2017. During 1992, at Rio Earth most of the world’s nations at the UN Conference on Environment and Development signed a plan for action, ‘Agenda

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Climate Asia Data Portal Launched By BBC

Sep 17th, 2013 | By
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BBC Media Action has launched Asia’s largest study of people’s daily experience of climate change. Climate Asia provides the first comprehensive picture of how people are impacted by and responding to changes in their environment across seven countries and maps where communities are struggling and adapting. The study took place in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia,

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