While large polluting countries have refused to take necessary measures to slow the climate crisis, Nicaragua, one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change, has taken impressive steps to shift to more sustainable energy
On the International Mother Earth Day, Bolivian President Luis Arce announced the reactivation of the Plurinational Authority of Mother Earth to promote climate change adaptation and mitigation programs as well as the generation of clean energies through photovoltaic, wind and renewable diesel projects, among other measures
The practice of bottom trawling, according to the study, pumps out carbon amounting to about 1 gigaton every year. Marine sediments happen to be the largest reservoir of carbon in the world
The rise in temperature in 2020 was recorded despite a fall in global emissions due to the pandemic-induced lockdown and the absence of El Niño, which leads to a rise in temperature, that occurred in 2016
Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad discuss the threats humanity and earth face today that require urgent attention
As many as 45 countries, among them 24 high-emission nations, announced additional cuts than those in their PA commitments by 2030, either at the summit, or over the past few months, despite the sharp economic downturn precipitated by COVID-19.
The move is based on findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which emphasize the need to reduce global emissions to zero by 2050 in order to prevent further increase in global warming
A new research shows that economically-challenged countries in arid regions are at the receiving end of the impact of climate change.
According to earlier research, the rate at which sea levels were rising globally was 3.2 millimeters per year. Recent studies point to an accelerating rise in sea levels
Hurricane Iota will prove to be a catastrophic hurricane for Central America, which is already struggling to recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Eta two weeks ago
Due to warming oceans, a hurricane will move further inland after making landfall and stay strong for a longer time, thus causing more destruction, a recent paper in Nature says
Prabir Purkayastha talks about the wildfires in California and how it can no longer be denied that climate change is the underlying cause.