Climate Change

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China, US differ on global plan to cut emissions

China’s Xie Zhenhua said China should not be subject to the same rules for greenhouse gas emissions as the U S.


Misconceptions helped kill Australian carbon tax

Australia’s experience illustrates how easy it is to scuttle complicated environmental laws.


Climate change may impair basic senses of fish: Research

Research says that high carbon dioxide levels may hinder the ability of fish to recognise one another.

Read more: Climate Change, fish, IPCC

HC slaps notice on CEPT for closure of climate change course

Petitioners Chirag Shashtri and Mitesh Bhuva, former students of the university, had filed a PIL, seeking reinstatement of the climate change course.


Obama: Climate change steps making a difference

Folks will tell you climate change is a hoax, or a fad, or a plot. It’s a liberal plot, Obama said


Plastic waste causes USD 13 bln damage to marine ecosystem: UN

Overall natural capital cost in the consumer goods sector each year is USD 75 billion, says UN report.


US to face multibillion-dollar bill from climate change: report

The report lands after Obama ordered US regulators to take their strongest steps ever to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Obama says climate change deniers ignoring science

Obama said that Congress “is full of folks who stubbornly and automatically reject the scientific evidence”.

Carbon copies

US climate policy should set a compelling example for other nations to follow.


Aiming transparency, now green clearance online: Javadekar

Online service system for TOR (Terms of Reference) and environment clearance proposal is operational now.

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US carbon emission policy to boost ties with India

US’ carbon emission cut sends ripples across the globe. Climate experts praise the bold move on climate change.

Cleaning up their act

Obama’s climate change plan signals a welcome shift in US policy.


‘Will give faster, transparent green clearances to projects’

Emphasising that system of online applications would soon be launched for forest clearances as well, Javadekar said there will be a given timeline and a maximum time limit for the approval process.


Ice-loss moves the Earth 400km down

Mantle is flowing faster than expected, probably due to changes in temperature or chemical composition.


US reminds India and China to take responsibility for high carbon emission

“It is in the national security interest of the US to reduce dependence on import of energy.” said Carney, White House Press Secretary.


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