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As the world experiences warming at an unprecedented rate, climate change is increasingly impacting human health, said a comprehensive report coordinated by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Vulnerable communities are particularly at risk, and urgent action is needed to address this growing threat.

Warming Climate Adds to Cyclones in Atlantic

In a major study, the researchers saaid that warming climate would increase the number of tropical cyclones and their intensity in North...
Hurricane IAN, Typhoon Noru Bring Misery to Millions

Cyclone Vayu heads to Gujarat; three lakh people shifted to safer places

About three lakh people in Gujarat have been evacuated to safer places as Cyclone Vayu is likely to hit the state on June 13....

Losses and Rising Temperatures: A Recap of Natural Disasters in 2023

Delve into the repercussions of natural disasters in 2023, exacerbated by climate change, and explore the trends in severe storms, rising temperatures, and the urgent need for adaptation.
Explore the stark reality of a "global postcode lottery" revealed in Christian Aid's analysis of the top 20 costliest extreme climate disasters in 2023. The report emphasizes the urgent need for more climate finance, early warning systems, and international collaboration to address the disproportionate impact on vulnerable communities.

Unequal Impact of Extreme Climate Disasters in 2023

Explore the stark reality of a "global postcode lottery" revealed in Christian Aid's analysis of the top 20 costliest extreme climate disasters in 2023. The report emphasizes the urgent need for more climate finance, early warning systems, and international collaboration to address the disproportionate impact on vulnerable communities.
Save the Children's analysis reveals a 30% surge in climate-related deaths in 2023, hitting vulnerable communities hard. Urgent action needed to address the escalating climate crisis impact

2023 Witnesses 30% Surge in Climate-Related Deaths

Save the Children's analysis reveals a 30% surge in climate-related deaths in 2023, hitting vulnerable communities hard. Urgent action needed to address the escalating climate crisis impact
India takes a pioneering step with its first Arctic winter expedition, aiming to unravel climate intricacies. Explore the objectives, significance, and international collaboration shaping this venture.

India Ventures into Arctic Winter Expedition for Climate Insight

India takes a pioneering step with its first Arctic winter expedition, aiming to unravel climate intricacies. Explore the objectives, significance, and international collaboration shaping this venture.
Explore the alarming projections from the IOM GDI - up to 2.8 billion people at risk of heat waves by 2090. Dive into the interactive Climate Mobility Impacts dashboard, revealing hotspots and providing insights for proactive measures in the face of climate-related displacement.

Heat waves Set to Displace Billions by 2090

Explore the alarming projections from the IOM GDI - up to 2.8 billion people at risk of heat waves by 2090. Dive into the interactive Climate Mobility Impacts dashboard, revealing hotspots and providing insights for proactive measures in the face of climate-related displacement.
A 25% increase in food insecurity elevates the risk of conflict by 36%, while a 25% rise in the number of people without access to clean drinking water raises the likelihood of conflict by 18%. Food insecurity and water stress are tightly interlinked, with regions having a history of conflict and weak governance being the most susceptible, said the Ecological Threat Report, produced by the Institute for Economics & Peace.

Ecological Threats Fuel Conflict and Displacement

A 25% increase in food insecurity elevates the risk of conflict by 36%, while a 25% rise in the number of people without access to clean drinking water raises the likelihood of conflict by 18%. Food insecurity and water stress are tightly interlinked, with regions having a history of conflict and weak governance being the most susceptible, said the Ecological Threat Report, produced by the Institute for Economics & Peace.
Strengthening Flood Early Warning Systems: A Critical Step

Strengthening Flood Early Warning Systems: A Critical Step

A recent report reveals that while two-thirds of India's population faces extreme flood events, only a third have access to flood early warning systems. The need for increased investment in early warning systems and active involvement of local communities is emphasized. Discover how states like Assam, Odisha, Sikkim, and Kerala are leading the way in building climate resilience through effective early warning systems.
With the world hurtling towards a 2.7°C temperature increase by 2100 and energy-related emissions reaching record highs in 2022, the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change's 2023 report issues a stark warning. The report underscores the catastrophic threat posed to the health and survival of billions due to delays in limiting temperature increase to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.

Temperatures off the charts, more records imminent: WMO

Preliminary data reveals that the world recently experienced its hottest week on record, following the hottest June ever recorded. Rising temperatures have severe consequences for ecosystems and the environment, underscoring the far-reaching effects of human-induced climate change. The report also highlights record-low Antarctic sea ice extent and hydrological extremes, emphasizing the urgent need for climate action.