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President Barack Obama speaks about his Clean Power Plan in the East Room of the White House. AP Photo

Climate change will threaten future generations if left unchecked: Obama

Obama’s move represented a challenge to the rest of the world to take serious action as a global summit to finalize a landmark climate change treaty approaches at the end of this year.

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As plans go

Obama’s climate action agenda is the most ambitious by a US president yet. It is not enough.

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From the lab- Wilting under heat: Climate change and transforming flora

Rising temperatures could alter vegetation in Jammu and Kashmir by the end of the century.

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Hillary Clinton sets target to tackle climate change

Clinton aims to have enough renewable energy in place to power every home in America within 10 years.

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World mayors at Vatican urge ‘bold climate agreement’

The climax of Tuesday’s session was the afternoon audience with Francis, who has become a hero to the environmental movement, to focus world attention on climate change and its effects on the poor.

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The climate for cuts

What can India take away from China’s contribution to fight global warming?

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Global warming may eat up USD 200 billion crops globally by 2050: Study

The study also warned around 750 million people in South Asia could face extreme water shortage, or 1.8 billion people could face chronic water shortage by 2050, due to population growth.

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Climate change poses high risk to public health: study

The report shows that the direct health impact of climate change come from the increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events.

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Climate change can undermine 50 years of progress in health, says report

The report shows that the direct health impacts of climate change come from the increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, especially heat waves, floods, droughts and storms.

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Meaning COP-21

What is the ‘conference of parties’, and why you will hear more about it as the year-end approaches.

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Cleaning up together

The EU and India need to act on clean energy programmes. Time is running out.

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Scientists warn of a vicious global warming cycle, raise permafrost alarm at UN climate talks

“By 2100 we expect 130 to 160 gigatonnes of carbon released into the atmosphere,” Natali told journalists in Bonn.

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Mapping change: See how Delhi has changed in the past two decades

Google’s new tools show how the world has changed in the past couple of decades

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Japan pledges climate change aid to Pacific island nations

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made the pledge at a meeting with Pacific island nations in Iwaki in northern Japan.

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Climate change: Developed nations must fix pre-2020 targets, says Prakash Javadekar

Countries are scheduled to finalise a global agreement on climate change at a meeting in Paris at the end of 2015.