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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
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High-level solutions

The Himalayas need special policy attention, given their strategic importance and unique vulnerabilities

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World needs a major shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy: IPCC

The IPCC says that to keep warming in check, the world needs a major shift in investments from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

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Heat,Dust and Confusion

Climate change incites debate and discussion but there are no absolutes. Where do we go from here? And for how long before it is too late?

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World is cold to Global Warming

Amid financial crisis and public fatigue,world leaders turn their back on issue,IPCC loses clout

Global warming primarily man-made: IPCC

The Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC Working Group I assessment report approved Friday by member governments of the IPCC in Stockholm.

‘Water cooperation is need of the hour,water community is the new buzzword’

Against the backdrop of the acute drought in state,renowned water management expert Dr Madhav Chitale talks to Prasad Joshi on how the situation can be tackled.

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Science writer Fred Pearce asks Dr. Pachauri to step down as IPCC Chairman

The chairman’s fate would reportedly be decided by a meeting of the IPCC in South Korea next month.

Review panel suggests leadership reforms in IPCC

Though there is no direct indictment of R K Pachauri,the references to his leadership in a review of the functioning of the global climate body that he heads could not have been more unkind.

Daily Telegraph apologises to Pachauri

The Daily Telegraph on Saturday apologised for publishing an article about UN climate body chairman R K Pachauri accusing him of making a fortune from his links with “carbon trading” firms….

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32 Indian scientists in IPCC team for 5th report

Thirty-two Indian scientists have been selected by IPCC to contribute to the fifth edition of its assessment report.

‘Himalayan glaciers won’t shrink by 2035′

The fears were vastly exaggerated,to shock,most probably!

Copenhagen was a horrible meet,says de Boer

The failure of the much-hyped Copenhagen summit,has raised serious questions over UN process of negotiations.

B’lore scientist inducted in IPCC review committee

Goverdhan Mehta,a scientist with Indian Institute of Science Bangalore,has been inducted as one of the members of the IPCC review committee.

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