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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.
Reduced water flows and rising atmospheric temperatures on rivers is of utmost concern and the changes are posing significant challenges to aquatic...
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.
In a new study, researchers claimed that rising temperatures due to climate change influence human migration patterns. The researchers from University College London published the findings in the open-access journal PLOS Climate.
Global temperatures are likely to surge to record levels in the next five years and global temperature between 2023 and 2027 would be more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels for at least one year, said WMO.
India, the Arabian peninsula and sub-Saharan Africa will experience dangerously hot temperatures most days of the year by 2100 even if global...
The northern landscape of the Earth is changing with more warming in the Arctic region. A new study using satellite images to track global...
LARGE-SCALE STUDY REVEALS INTRIGUING CONNECTION BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND ELEVATED BODY TEMPERATURES. COULD REGULATING BODY HEAT OFFER A NOVEL APPROACH TO ALLEVIATING DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS?
Explore the findings of a comprehensive study on the association between heat waves and all-cause mortality in India, revealing significant health risks posed by rising temperatures due to climate change
Explore the dynamic transformations occurring in Greenland, from glacier shrinkage and expansion of glacier-fed lakes to the widening of rivers and expansion of vegetation cover. This article delves into the implications of these changes on the Arctic ecosystem and the accelerating effects of climate change