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Disaster : Super typhoon Noru left 5 rescuers dead in northern Philippines

Philippine authorities on Monday rushed to distribute aid to evacuees after Typhoon Noru slammed into the main island of Luzon, killing at least five...

An earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale hit Chile

According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), an earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale hit Chile on Saturday (local time). The depth...

Yellow alert at most places in Delhi due to heavy rains and waterlogging problems

The national capital reeled under traffic snarls and waterlogging problems with several key road sections littered with puddles of water as incessant rains lashed...

Clearest view of Neptune’s rings in more than 30 years captured by James Webb Space Telescope

In another demonstration of its impressive capabilities, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) James Webb Space Telescope has now captured the clearest view...

The motto of the Indian Red Cross Society is Sewa and Sahyog said by Dr Mansukh Mandaviya

“Sewa and Sahyog are part of our heritage and form an integral part of our Sanskar. These also underline and define the motto of...

The Central Bureau of Narcotics destroyed 1,032 hectares of illegal cannabis cultivation

In one of the largest demolition operations carried out in 2 weeks in Himachal Pradesh, officers of the Central Bureau of Narcotics (CBN) destroyed...

Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh arrives at New York to  participate  in Global Clean Energy Action Forum scheduled from 21st to 23rd September

Union Minister of State (Independent Body) Ministry of Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Representative) Ministry of Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Ministry of...

Nitin Gadkari emphasized on reducing logistics cost from 14-16% to 10%

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari emphasized on reducing logistics cost from 14-16% to 10% with cooperation, coordination and communication...

Climate change and the severe impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism and business income

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will host Blue Pacific (PBP) partners on Thursday to better coordinate aid to the region in the face...

China released a series of scientific research results from its first exploratory mission to Mars

The China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Sunday released a series of scientific research results from its first exploratory mission to Mars. The Tianwen-1...

Rescue workers in Nepal are battling with landslide that has left 22 dead and 10 injured

Rescue workers in Nepal are battling torrential rains to pull bodies from the rubble of houses buried by a landslide that has left 22...

Sea Beach Cleanup was conducted on all sea beaches along India’s 7,500 km coastline and thousands of volunteers took part

Union Minister of State (IC) Ministry of Science and Technology; Minister of State (IC) Department of Earth Sciences; MoS of the Prime Minister's Office...

Shri Narendra Modi released wild cheetahs which have become extinct in India in the Kuno National Park

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today released wild cheetahs - which have become extinct in India - in the Kuno National Park. The cheetahs...

Australian weather forecasters warned of severe flooding in parts of New South Wales

 Australian weather forecasters on Saturday warned of possible severe flooding in parts of New South Wales as much of the country braces for unusually...

Gautam Adani become the world’s second-richest person with a net worth of $155.5 billion

Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani surpassed LVMH Chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault on Friday to become the world's second-richest person with a net worth...

European Space Agency astronaut Samatha Cristoforetti captured a photo of part of the Tanggula Mountains in China

European Space Agency astronaut Samatha Cristoforetti captured a photo of part of the Tanggula Mountains in China near Hala Lake as the International Space...

Cheetahs arriving from Namibia as part of the cheetah reintroduction in India will not be given any food

Cheetahs arriving from Namibia as part of the cheetah reintroduction in India will not be given any food throughout their transit, a senior forest...

India will become an upper-middle-income country by 2047 as real (GDP) grows at 7 % in the next 25 years

Bibek Debroy, chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council, said on Tuesday that India will become an upper-middle-income country by 2047 even as...

66 to 100 million years ago Dinosaurs and strange-looking early bird species roam the earth

Let's assume it's the Late Cretaceous, roughly 66 to 100 million years ago. Dinosaurs and strange-looking early bird species roam the earth, although the...

NASA pushed back the launch date of the Artemis 1 Moon rocket for its third attempt

After two failed attempts, NASA on Monday pushed back the launch date of the Artemis 1 Moon rocket for its third attempt from September...

Scientists have discovered how polluted air triggers lung cancer

Scientists said on Saturday they had identified the mechanism by which air pollution triggers lung cancer in non-smokers, a discovery one expert hailed as...

Female ‘vampire’ skeleton in Poland shocks researchers

The remains of a "vampire" were discovered by archaeologists in a cemetery in Poland, according to a report in the New York Post. Scientists...

76 start-ups were shortlisted for the India Water Pitch-Pilot-Scale Start-Up Challenge

Seventy-six (76) start-ups were shortlisted for the 'India Water Pitch-Pilot-Scale Start-Up Challenge' by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) at an event...

A 31,000-year-old skeleton is stated as world’s first successful surgery

A 31,000-year-old skeleton - of a young adult - from Borneo, Indonesia has undergone the world's first successful operation. The findings, published in the...

Penna river is in flood resulting in heavy discharge in Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh

Incessant rains over the past few days in the upper catchments of Karnataka have caused major rivers in Andhra Pradesh to swell, causing a...

Thousands of seabirds have died along France’s western coast in recent weeks due to a viral infection

The windswept clifftops of Rouzic Island should be teeming with gannets, but this summer on France's Atlantic coast, an off-season wave of bird flu...

Online sale/delivery of firecrackers will be banned in Delhi by January 1,2023

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said on Wednesday that the manufacture, sale and use of all types of firecrackers will be banned in the...

Reason behind the Pakistan experiencing its worst floods this century

With rivers bursting, flash floods and glacial lakes bursting, Pakistan is experiencing its worst floods this century. At least one third of the earth...

The two new embankments across the Penna river constructed at a total cost of Rs 326 crore

The Penna river canal system got a new lease of life with the completion of the Nellore and Sangam barrages, making a decades-old dream...

World Coconut Day 2022 & 10 ways you can add this tropical fruit to your diet

World Coconut Day 2022: Coconut is a very popular tropical fruit that is widely used in various dishes in our kitchens, giving them a...

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) under the Ministry of Electronics

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) under the Ministry of Electronics and IT, Government of India, in collaboration with the Cyber ​​Security Agency...

6.1-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra

A 6.1-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, according to the Indonesian Geophysical Agency, the third tremor to...

38th meeting of the India-Bangladesh Ministerial-level Joint River Commission

On 25 August 2022, the 38th meeting of the India-Bangladesh Ministerial-level Joint River Commission was held in New Delhi. The Indian delegation was led...

Pakistan’s historic monsoon rains and floods have affected more than 30 million people

Pakistan's historic monsoon rains and floods have affected more than 30 million people over the past few weeks, the country's climate change minister said...

Astronomers have found an Earth-like planet that is larger, could have deeper oceans and two suns

Is there life beyond Earth? Are we alone? Is there a planet that could help survive the future of the human species? These are some...

Today is a ‘Pluto demotion’ day & this hidden planet was spotted by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh

Today is a 'Pluto demotion' day. This day means that Pluto has been excluded from the elite list of planets, bringing the total number...

IMD today predicted heavy rainfall over East India under the influence of a cyclonic circulation

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) today predicted heavy rainfall over East India under the influence of a cyclonic circulation lying over the North-Eastern Bay...

Rare type of liver cancer found in mice by Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered the cell of origin of mixed...

Jodhpur’s IIT & AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae cause infection

Researchers at Jodhpur's IIT and AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae, a major cause of hospital-acquired infection, and found that it forms...

China said that COVID-19 has contributed to a decline in the country’s marriage and birth rates

China's National Health Commission has said that COVID-19 has contributed to a decline in the country's marriage and birth rates, which has accelerated in...

Space Focus: New study estimated how many moons could theoretically orbit Earth as it is

In a recent study published a team of researchers from the University of Texas at Arlington, Valdosta State University, the Georgia Institute of Technology...

Evolution of Life: New study have been proposed the mystery of evolution of sexual reproduction

Two new hypotheses have been proposed that address the "double price of sex": one of the greatest mysteries in the evolution of sexual reproduction....

In New Zealand 500 people lost in the emergency of flood calamities

New Zealand has maintained a state of emergency in parts of its flood-hit South Island as authorities assess the damage in the region worst...

The Fishing industry is calling young entrepreneurs on ground through technological interventions and innovative solutions

Fishing is one of the fastest growing sectors among the primary production sectors. The sector plays a vital role in the country's economic and...

Scientists have developed a model to observe the hitherto elusive exomoons natural satellites

Scientists have developed a model to observe the hitherto elusive exomoons natural satellites that orbit exoplanets (planets orbiting stars other than the Sun) with...

Goa and Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu becomes the first ‘Har Ghar Jal’ certified state and UT in India

Goa and Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu (D&NH and D&D) becomes the first 'Har Ghar Jal' certified state and UT in...

Kerala High Court has ruled that Comparing a wife with other women is mental cruelty

Comparing a wife with other women and constantly mocking her for not being the wife he expected amounts to mental cruelty on the part...

Floods in the Godavari river in Andhra Pradesh continued to rise again & flow rose to 54,853 cusecs at the Gotta barrage in Srikakulam

Floods in the Godavari river in Andhra Pradesh continued to rise again on Wednesday after showing a declining trend in the last two days...

Government of India is determined to start production of urea from HURL-Barauni and Sindri plants soon

Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers reviewed the progress of Hindustan Urvarak & Rasayan Limited (HURL)-Sindri and Barauni projects. In the...

Heat index reaches 125 Fahrenheit (52 °C) is expected to cover a region of the US home to more than 100 million people by...

An area of ​​intense warm weather the so called "heat belt"  with at least one day a year where the heat index reaches 125...

Water level in the Yamuna fell below the danger mark of 205.33 meters in Delhi

The water level in the Yamuna fell below the danger mark of 205.33 meters in Delhi on Sunday and is likely to fall further,...

Environment Focus: Loss of Antarctic ice from pieces of coastal glaciers faster than nature can replenish the crumbling ice

Antarctica's coastal glaciers are shedding glaciers faster than nature can replenish the crumbling ice, doubling previous estimates of losses from the world's largest ice...

Environment Focus: Scientists estimate the ancient temperature of sea water by probing tiny bones in the ears of fish

Scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have identified a way to estimate the ancient temperature of sea water by probing tiny bones...

South Korea’s Unification Ministry said about causing the isolated country’s COVID outbreak

"We strongly regret that North Korea has repeatedly made baseless claims about the path of COVID and made very disrespectful and threatening remarks," the...

Heaviest rain in 80 years at Seoul where seven people died and six are missing

At least seven people have died and six are missing in Seoul, South Korea's capital, after torrential rain knocked out power, caused landslides and...

Economy Focus: Government is promoting the adoption of Digital Agriculture Mission through the use of technology and innovation

The government is promoting the adoption of smart farming methods through the use of technology and innovation in the country's agricultural sector. The government...

National Focus: State Agricultural Universities and KVKs ensure various technological interventions in various fields of agriculture

India has one of the largest National Agricultural Research Systems (NARS) in the world comprising 102 Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Institutes, 11...

Environment Focus: Climatologists have long warned that heat waves will strike more often and at higher temperatures as the world warms

From London to Shanghai, many parts of the world have been gripped by unprecedented heat in recent weeks. In June, Tokyo saw nine consecutive...

Disaster Focus: Bomb exploded in Kabul & eight civilians kill in an mostly populated area

A bomb attached to a handcart exploded in Kabul on Friday, killing eight civilians in an area mostly populated by Afghanistan's minority Shiite Muslim...

Disaster Focus: Floods damaged more than 46,200 houses & kill 549 people in Pakistan

The floods damaged more than 46,200 houses, the National Disaster Management Authority said on Friday. Flash floods caused by abnormally heavy monsoon rains have...

Technology Focus: Chemical process that converts sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into acetate and oxygen to produce high-value fuels

Dr. Northumbria University's Shafeer Kalathil is one of a team of academics behind the project, which uses a chemical process that converts sunlight, water...

Environment Focus: The Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) has launched the Deep Ocean Mission (DOM)

The National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), an autonomous institute under the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), is setting up a 65 kW ocean...

Climate Change: Methane has so far caused about 30% of global warming since the pre-industrial age

A group of researchers managed to convert methane into methanol using light and scattered transition metals such as copper in a process known as...

Defence Technology Focus: INS Tarkash conducted a Maritime Partnership Exercise (MPX) with French naval ships in the North Atlantic Ocean

INS Tarkash conducted a Maritime Partnership Exercise (MPX) with French naval ships in the North Atlantic Ocean on 29 and 30 July 2022 during...

Science Focus: Marine scientists found a series of mysterious holes on the bottom of the Atlantic, and no one knows their origin

A series of holes found on the sea floor along a volcanic ridge deep in the Atlantic Ocean has scientists scrambling for answers. No...

Governenece Focus: Shri Tomar expressed happiness that special attention was paid to mutual cooperation in agriculture sector

A fruitful discussion was held in Delhi today between the Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Mr. Jamshid Khodjaev and the Union Minister of Agriculture...

Weather Focus: IMD  researched the observed changes in rainfall patterns and their extremes over the past 30 years

The government says monsoon rainfall was normal for the country as a whole in June 2022. The LPA of rainfall for the month...

Environment Focus: Dr Jitendra Singh presented the National Science Awards today and appreciated India’s ‘Deep Sea’ initiatives

Union Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions,...

Global Focus: China has not condemned its strategic partner Russia for the invasion & meet Joko Widodo a rare visit

Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to hold one-on-one talks with his Indonesian counterpart Joko Widodo in Beijing on Tuesday in a rare visit...

Economy Focus: The budget of the Department of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare (DA&FW) has been increased to Rs. 124,000 crore

The Government of India is constantly working to increase agricultural productivity, farmers' income and their welfare in a sustainable manner. Accordingly, the budget of...

Economy Focus: Natural gas in the energy mix to 15% by 2030 from around 6.3% now

Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Shri Rameswar Teli informed in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today...

Environment Focus: The Projected emission levels in 2050 indicator under the Climate Change Policy target

The Environmental Performance Index 2022 report, prepared by researchers at Yale University and Columbia University, made inferences about countries regarding their environmental health, ecosystem...

Science and Technology Focus: Landsat Legacy: The NASA-USGS program to observe Earth from space turns 50

On a warm July day in 1972, NASA launched a new Earth-imaging satellite called the Earth Resources Technology Satellite. "ERTS" was the first satellite...

Space Focus: NASA’s Commercial Moon Payload Services (CLPS) initiative under Artemis

NASA has awarded Draper, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, a contract to deliver Artemis science probes to the moon in 2025. The commercial delivery is part...

Space Focus: The deepest known canyon in the solar system as seen from space

The worlds of the solar system beyond Earth have amazing surface properties. Thanks to planetary science missions, we see images of canyons, craters and...

Health Focus: The WHO declared monkeypox a global health emergency & Europe is the epicenter of the outbreak

The World Health Organization has activated the highest level of alert for a growing monkeypox outbreak, declaring the virus a public health emergency of...

Disaster Focus: Southern Iran has left at least 22 dead and one person missing after heavy rains & flood

Flooding in southern Iran has left at least 22 dead and one person missing after heavy rains in the largely dry country, a local...

Science and Technology: Study reveals that the 2/3 of shark species are in risk of extinction globally

The researchers sampled nearly 10,000 shark fin clippings from markets in Hong Kong - one of the largest shark fin trading centers in the...

Economy Focus: World Bank announced that it will support a program by Africa’s main public health

The World Bank announced on Thursday that it will support a program by Africa's main public health body, the Africa Center for Disease Control...

Weather Focus: Heat waves are forecast to return to China over the next 10 days

Heat waves are forecast to return to China over the next 10 days after a brief respite, with high temperatures expected from east to...

Environment Focus: Recent Study reveals about the Evolution process on earth may be predictable which is considered a rather random process

Evolution has long been considered a rather random process, with species' traits shaped by random mutations and environmental events and thus largely unpredictable. But...

Technology focus: Microsoft Corp’s MS Teams was back up for some users, the company said

Microsoft is an American multinational technology corporation that manufactures computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Its best-known software products are the...

Environment Focus: Researchers analyzed 23 years of bird migration data collected through NOAA’s Next Generation Radar system

Every spring, migratory birds from South and Central America arrive in the continental United States to breed. But exactly when each spring arrives varies...

Environment Focus: Latest biodiversity survey reveals that the much more biome species are in-danger with extinction than the thought previously

With millions of plant and animal species scattered across every biome on the planet, biodiversity is a complex subject. Experts from around the world...

Environment Focus: France, Italy and Switzerland were affected by heat wave & high temperature now days

It's hot in Britain and firefighters are battling blazes across southern Europe as a heatwave has left people seeking shade and heightened fears of...

Environment Focus: Researchers have taken a major step toward solving the mystery of why few pockets of glaciers in the Karakoram Mountains

The Himalayan glaciers are of paramount importance in the Indian context, especially for the millions of people living downstream who rely on these perennial...

Space Focus: Dusty Milky Way reveals the contours of our galaxy as it takes shape as we look further and further from Earth

An animated dive into the dusty Milky Way reveals the contours of our galaxy as it takes shape as we look further and further...

Space Focus: University of Keele has created the largest map of previously hidden galaxies to date

There are hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe, each containing billions of stars and located in every part of the sky. But...

Space Focus: Three thousand light-years away, a dying star is shedding shells of glowing gas

Three thousand light-years away, a dying star is shedding shells of glowing gas. This Hubble Space Telescope image reveals the Cat's Eye Nebula (NGC...

Space Focus: Recent data suggests that our Milky Way Galaxy will collide and merge with the similarly sized Andromeda Galaxy in a few billion...

What is the oldest thing you can see? At 2.5 million light-years away, the answer is the rogue eye of the Andromeda galaxy, because...

Disaster Focus: The world’s glaciers melt linked to Climate change and its melting faster than ever: Study Says

More of the world's coastal glaciers are melting faster than ever, but exactly what's triggering the large-scale retreat has been difficult to determine because...

Disaster Focus: The heatwave sweeping across southwestern Europe is expected to peak Thursday in Spain

A heatwave sweeping across southwestern Europe is expected to peak in Spain on Thursday, with sweltering temperatures already fueling wildfires in the Iberian Peninsula...

Governance Focus: The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has taken a major step towards emphasize the development of sustainable product consumption and reduce e-waste

The right to repair framework in India aims to empower consumers and buyers of products in the local market, harmonize trade between OEMs and...

Science and Technology Focus: What is Science behind the Time Zones and how has it helped Humans for economic growth, should India have a...

Everyone on the planet wants the sun to be at its highest point in the sky (cross the meridian) at noon. If there was...

Space Focus: NASA’s US$10-billion James Webb Space Telescope released four new scientific images and scientists amazed  

Views of space keep getting better. NASA's $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope released four new science images on July 12, including newborn stars...

Economy Focus: Climate leaders will gather in Sydneyto discuss how to expand and strengthen supply chains for the clean energy technologies

Global energy and climate leaders will gather this week at the Energy Forum in Sydney, co-hosted by the Australian Government and the IEA, to...

Technology Focus: Machine learning technology can help researchers accomplish scientific tasks more quickly and effectively

Big data has well and truly arrived. But for all its enormous potential, it presents unprecedented challenges to researchers in the field. "Scientists, from...

Technology Focus: The quantum-proof technology and algorithms can safeguard the future cyberattacks: USNIST

Many people fear the ability of future quantum computers to crack the cryptographic keys on which modern life depends; these protect everything from smartphone...

Environmental Focus: Scientists have identified differences between migratory and migratory hoverflies

Scientists have identified more than 1,500 genetic differences between migratory and migratory hoverflies. A team led by the University of Exeter photographed migratory insects...

Environment Focus: On Hariyali Mahotsav the Minister shared his resolve to plant trees continuously over the next 2 months

The Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change has organized a "Hariyali Mahotsav" - Tree Festival, at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi, today celebrating the...

Science Focus: The Large Hadron Collider CERN discovered manifolds of particles physics: Know the latest updates

Testing for the world's most powerful particle collisions resumed at CERN, Europe's particle-physics laboratory, after three years of development of its equipment. With its...

Environment Focus: Fossils found in Argentina of a ferocious dinosaur with a huge head

The artifacts found in Argentina of a vicious dinosaur with a large head covered with bumps and crests reminiscent of gargoyle provide insight into...

Environment Focus: India has been elected as a member of the Intergovernmental Committee of UNESCO’s 2003 Convention

India has been appointed as a member of the International Committee of the UN General Assembly for the 2003 UNESCO Convention for the Protection...

Space Focus: The NASA Sets the Vision the study, how the Solar Rays affects the planet’s adverse weather on the Earth

A very small tool has a huge task ahead of it: measuring all the Earth's orientation from the Sun and helping scientists understand how...

Climate change Focus: Arctic glaciers are melting four times faster than the rate of global warming: Study Says

Thirty years is considered to be too short to represent climate change, "said Petr Chylek, a natural scientist and climate researcher at the Los...

Space technology Focus: The Aditya-L1 mission is India’s first dedicated spacecraft mission to study the Sun

The Aditya L1 is a spacecraft coronagraphy spacecraft to study the solar system, currently designed and developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)...

Health Focus: New type of vaccine provides protection against a variety of SARS-like betacoronaviruses

Betacoronaviruses, including those that caused the SARS epidemic, MERS, and COVID-19, are a group of coronaviruses that infect humans and animals. The vaccine works...

Climate change Focus: Global Climate Change impacting lakes evaporation at a large scale than thought previously at global scale

Led by Dr. Huilin Gao, an associate professor in the Zachry Department of Social and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University, researchers have created...

Disaster Focus: Hurricane hits several parts of Sydney with heavy rain

A hurricane system that hit several parts of Sydney with heavy rain for four days from the city, satellite images showed Wednesday, although the...

World Focus: Peter Higgs, scientist behind the discovery of fundamental building block of particle GOD particle

Peter Higgs is not an easy topic for a biographer to deal with. The 93-year-old British physicist who won half the Nobel laureate in...

Historical Focus: A study reveals the lice emerged more than 90 million years ago, a parasite crawled from a bird to an ancestor of...

There was a time, at least 90 million years ago, when mammals were free of lice. But it did not last long. The ancient...

Global Focus: Global Livability Index 2022: Bengaluru, ranked 146, scores least among Indian cities & Delhi (140) was followed by Mumbai (141)

The Liveability Index is a composite indicator based on standards related to lifestyle factors including Social Infrastructure, Travel, Public Transport, Public Open Space, Access...

Disaster  Focus: Italy government has declared a state of emergency as a drought has hit the country

In Italy the government has declared a state of emergency as adrought hit the country &the rate announced Monday comes at italy’s longest river...

Global Focus: China rejected NASA Administrator Bill Nelson’s accusation that China might “take over” the moon as part of a military programme

China on Monday dismissed it as a blatant disregard for a warning from a NASA chief that China could "take over" the moon "as...

Weather Focus: The IMD said parts of central and northwest India had a temporary slowdown in monsoon activity

At the onset of the southwest rainfall in almost all parts of the country, the Indian Meteorological Department predicted ‘heavy and extremely heavy’ rains...

Disaster Focus: Tonga Volcano: Largest Atmospheric Eruption in History, the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai submarine volcano in January 2022 and know what...

The eruption of the Hunga Tonga-HungaHa'apai volcano in January 2022 was one of the worst eruptions in recent times, a new study confirmed. Led...

Space Focus: Due to the expansion of the universe galaxy are receding away from us: Study Reveals

With the advent of modern telescopes and astronomical observations, astronomers have been able to identify many distant galaxies. These were some of the first...

Space Focus: NASA approves the projects i.e. ICESat-2 Melt Ponds, Summer Ice, and More: Space Laser Measures Changing Earth

The Arctic ice sheet has lost about a third of its volume since 2003. Elsewhere, new lakes deep under the Antarctic ice sheet were...

Disaster Focus: All of the victims died in the first earthquake and no-one was harmed in the next two severe earthquakes: Iran

At least five people have been killed and 49 injured in a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in southern Iran the following day, state media reported,...

Environment Focus: 11 million tonnes of plastic waste flows into the ocean each year

About 11 million tons of plastic waste flows into the sea each year, according to UN. On International Plastic Bag Free Day, statistician Stephanie...

Technology Focus: Technology enables scientists to analyze the composition of exoplanets

It may seem that technology is advancing year after year, as if by magic. But behind all the ongoing development and successful transformation there...

Science and Technology Focus: How dinosaurs survive cold winters in the end-Triassic extinction event when most other animals died out

Some dinosaurs may have traits that allow them to endure cold winters during the Late Triassic and the early Jurassic period. It can explain...

Environment Focus: How new rules for plantation i.e. Forest (Conservation) Rules 2022 can improve the plantation in India and also how it can help...

Project developers can purchase land with private land to present as deforestation compensation against deforestation through non-forestry activities, in accordance with Forest Act (Conservation...

Disaster Focus: CSIR-CSIO inked an agreement for joint commercialization of Earthquake Warning System

CSIR-CSIO, Chandigarh & Engineers India Limited (EIL), New Delhi have signed a joint sale agreement for Earthquake Warning System. CSIR-CSIO has joined Engineers India...

Space Focus: Astronomers used NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory to determine the spin of the black hole

The H1821 + 643 is a quasar powered by a large black hole, located about 3.4 billion light-years from Earth. Astronomers used NASA's Chandra...

Disaster Focus: A study says that Flooding in urban areas cost Americans more than $106 billion

Floods in urban areas cost the American people more than $ 106 billion between 1960 and 2016, damaged property, disrupted businesses and took people's...

Energy Focus: Scientists have finally rediscovered a lost fossil site in Brazil 70 years ago, fossil named ‘treasure trove’

Scientists have finally recovered a lost fossil record in Brazil, after researchers who first discovered it 70 years ago were unable to trace it...

Climate change focus: Scientists have discovered evidence of rising sea levels hidden in caves

Today we will talk about climate change and rising water levels in the earth. Scientists have found out in research that the sea level...

Disaster Focus: Landslide created devastation situation in Manipur and the Army helicopters were on standby and assisting in rescue operations in Manipur

At least 14 people have been killed and 4 others feared dead after a landslide in a remote area northeast of Indian Manipur, officials...

Weather Focus: India received 8% lower rainfall than average in June: IMD

India received 8% less rainfall than average in June due to low rainfall inland, the weather office said Thursday.The cotton, soybean and sugarcane regions...

Disaster Focus: Scientists warn to the nations to deal for saving global biodiversity

Some conservation scientists have warned that an international agreement to protect the environment is in jeopardy after negotiations stalled during international talks in Nairobi...

Technology Focus: Scientists have reported the first case of COVID-19 affected person getting from a cat

First there were hamsters, and now cats sneeze. The Thai team reports the first strong evidence that a domestic cat infected a person with...

Health Focus: Study reveals the Covid-19 pandemic impact is harder in the poor countries

At the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic, the risk of dying from the disease was twice as high for people living in low-income countries...

Economy Focus: NITI Aayog highlights that green hydrogen can substantially spur industrial carbonization and economic growth

A new report released today by NITI Aayog highlights that green hydrogen can substantially spur industrial carbonisation and economic growth for India in the...

Economy Focus: India exported 13,69,264 MT of seafood worth Rs 57,586.48 crore (USD 7.76 billion) by 2021-22

During FY 2021-22, exports improved during the rupee by 31.71%, in terms of USD by 30.26% and in value by 19.12%. In 2020-21, India...

Artificial Intelligence Focus: Relationship between AI with greenhouse gas emissions, and ways to better align AI with climate change goals

As the world struggles with climate change, will increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) be a help or a hindrance? climate change, and public...

Nature Focus: Mystery of aging of the living organism is revealed by scientist focused on aging in reptiles and amphibians

At 190 years of age, the Seychelles giant tortoise recently made headlines for being "the world's oldest living animal." Although, rare evidence such as...

Governance Focus: 13 ALH MK-III aircraft inducted in the Indian Coast Guard in a phased manner at Porbandar and Gujarat

The 835 Squadron (CG), an indigenous Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) MK III, was commissioned by the Indian Coast Guard at its Air Enclave in...

Disaster Focus: The adverse impacts of littered single use plastic items plastic on both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems

In line with the explicit request of the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, to abolish the once-used 2022 plastic materials, the...

Emerging Technology Focus: What is 3D printing technology and how does it work? How this technology can change the future construction activity in the...

3D printing is an additional process in which layers of objects are formed to form a 3D component. This is in contrast to the...

Environment Focus: How single use plastic is harmful to the environment & bio- ecosystem and Approach of government of India to ban single use...

One-used plastic, also known as disposable plastic, is bad, Even if a plastic object is marked as non-recyclable, if it is designed to be...

Ocean Research Focus: Nature Editorial Report says that the world leaders have now realized the importance of ocean resource and promised to protect the...

Three billion people need the ocean to sustain themselves but climate change and industrial pollution mean that there are now more than 700 ‘dead’...

Economy Focus: What is Gig Economy and Gig Workers: how Gig platform and its database can boost India’s economic growth?

Gig economy, in this economy large number of people work part-time or in temporary positions or as private contractors. The result of the gig...

Animal Focus: Study reveals that the desires are more prominent in female’s than the males

Among the many reasons men may have a craving for women at least when it comes to bad skin inflammation women women have very...

World News: North Africa are already struggling with the higher cost of food imports

Warming and fires are destroying grain crops in Tunisia, and predictions of a farmers' union will not meet government expectations. The North Africa country...

Environment Pollution Focus: How arsenic element in private wells could help to breath more babies at healthy weights, predominantly in rural areas

In the largest epidemiologic study of arsenic and congenital effects to date, researchers from the University of Illinois Chicago and collaborative institutions have measured...

Disaster Focus: What is chemical hazards and how the cases of chemical hazards cases has increased in India in the last decade

A chemical hazard is a (non-biological) substance that has the potential to harm health or well-being. Chemicals are widely used in the home and...

Geopolitics focus: Taiwan and the United States will hold trade talks on Monday

Taiwan and the United States will hold trade talks on Monday under a new agreement, the U.S. office said. Trade Representative. U.S. Deputy Trade...

Space Focus: Astronomers discovered a rocket body heading toward a lunar collision late last year: NASA

Astronomers have discovered a rocket that was visible at the lunar eclipse late last year. The impact occurred on March 4, when NASA's Lunar...

Technology Focus: NASA announced the agency’s first mission designed to study a metal-rich asteroid

NASA announced on Friday the work of the Psyche asteroid, the agency's first mission to study a metal-rich asteroid, will not make its planned...

Governance Focus: To provide advanced safety features India will introduce a safety rating system for passenger cars

India will introduce a safety measurement system for passenger cars - a move that hopes we will encourage manufacturers to provide improved safety features...

Environmental Pollution Focus: Air pollution in India and its impact on human health and agriculture sectors

Air pollution in India is a serious environmental problem. Of the 30 most polluted cities in the world, 21 were in India by 2019....

Health Focus: New research shows that how the over-weight problem emerged in USA over the past decades and how the obesity epidemic grows

A new study published by science researchers reveals sensitive, rare data describing the prevalence of obesity in the United States more than 13,800 -...

Health Focus: African researchers have been warning about Monkeypox outbreaks for years. As vaccines are deployed globally, they are in worry that it will...

Following last month's menopause outbreak in countries such as Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom - where the outbreak rarely occurs - a quick,...

Pollution focus: How e-waste is producing large volume of digital garbage in the Digital Space and how E-waste is impacting to the Environment  

E-waste is any discarded electrical or electronic items. This includes functional and broken items that are thrown in the trash or donated to a...

Energy Focus: ONGC Videsh adds one more feather in its cap towards the extensive oil exploration and drilling campaign in Colombia

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is an Indian oil and gas explorer and manufacturer. It is owned by the Ministry of Petroleum and...

Research Focus: Bibliometric analysis study shows that the inequality in research is rising up: Nature Career Feature

Vida Maralani began her work of learning that education is the key to social and economic development and reducing inequality, as she had been...

Ocean Research Focus: Researchers have examined seawater to find new species of bacteria & natural products that one day prove beneficial

The ocean is teeming with life, from the largest animal ever on earth - the blue whale - to the tiny insects. In addition...

Disaster Focus: The rare climatic events triggered multilayer floods in Southeast Asia:  Weather scientists are   forecasting a third consecutive year of La Niña

The ongoing La Niña event that contributed to floods in eastern Australia and exacerbated the drought in the United States and East Africa is...

Disaster Focus: Firefighters battled a wildfire in southwestern Turkey & Aegean coastal resort of Marmaris sparked of fears

Firefighters battled wildfires in southwestern Turkey from land and air on Thursday, as hopes for the flames to be quenched after they had spread...

Space Focus: Why Scientists still don’t have any clue about Black hole, and why scientific community is queries about know the mystery of Black...

A black hole is nothing but empty space. Instead, it is a large number of objects packed in a very small space - think...

Geopolitics Focus: China and India should resolve their border issues through negotiation

China and India should resolve their border issues by negotiating and negotiating as common interests in both countries outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister...

Governance Focus: New study uncovers ‘digital poverty’ across North West’s rural communities at the North West England

A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Lancaster reveals that 28% of people in the Northwest England are unsure about completing...

Geopolitical Focus: Repeated missions by the Chinese air force on Taiwan region & China claims Taiwan as its own territory

Taiwan has flown in to warn of 29 Chinese planes in its air defense base, including bombs flying south of the island into the...

Economy Focus: Study indicates that, the policies prepared to manage Climate change issues should be rethink by people as well as policy makers

 A team of researchers led by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) shows that adhering to climate-related policies actually changes the way...

Pollution Focus: – how water pollution is impacting human health- a case study of metropolitan cities in India Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore...

Water pollution is a major cause of waterborne diseases worldwide, especially in developing countries. Polluted water affects the health of the present generation and...

Education Focus: The PM eVIDYA has been initiated as part of “Atma Nirbhar Bharat” Abhiyaan by Department of Education

The use of ICT under a comprehensive initiative called PM in VIDYA by the Department of School Education, Department of Education, especially during the...

Disaster Focus: Spain & Germany is fighting against wildfires and regions is experienced storng heat waves

A firefighter is working in front of a blaze during a series of wildfires in the Sierra de la Culebra Zamora Provence on Saturday,...

Pollution Focus: CPCB is committed to advancing the Single-Use Plastic Ban which has been collaborating with stakeholders

The CPCB has taken drastic steps to fulfill India's obligation to shut down Exclusive Plastic Products before June 30, 2022, in order to fulfill...

Governance Focus: India-EU merchandise trade has registered an all-time high value of USD 116.36 Billion in 2021-22

At an event held at the European Union (EU) headquarters in Brussels yesterday, the Minister of Trade and Industry, Consumer Affairs and Food &...

Nature Connect Focus: Water: how it is important for human life and for nature earth

Water is one of the world's most important resources. Without water, life would be impossible. But what makes water so important? Water has a...

Climate Science Focus: Study reveals that Central Asia’s terrain is transforming into a deserted region and worse effected by Climate change

With global temperatures rising, the desert climate has spread northward about 100 miles to parts of Central Asia since the 1980's, a meteorological...

Shri Gadkari talked about exploitation of limited natural resources during the construction and operation phase

The union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari has proposed the establishment of an Innovation Bank for new ideas, research findings...

Geopolitics Focus: NATO contributors to the West’s support for Ukraine: Australian Prime Minister to attend NATO summit

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Friday said he would attend a "significant" NATO summit in Madrid later this month as the United States-led...

Forest and Climate Focus: “Bird Identification and Basic Ornithology” Certificated Course by WWF -opportunity for environmental contribution and job creation

The Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF& CC), in line with the Prime Minister's Skill India Mission, has spearheaded a campaign to...

Ancient History Focus: Ancient history revealed by DNA traces scientist said it may be abour 14th century “the origin of the Black Death”

The Silk Road stand is likely to be the epitome of some of the most devastating epidemics.People who died in the 14th century outbreak...

Disaster Focus: Extreme climatic events in India in the past decade: a major concern in India need to revisit the policies

A new report found that more than 75% of India's tropical areas have extreme weather events. With an unusual increase in the worst cases...

Defence Focus: A coordinated Patrol begins in Andaman Sea and Straits of Malacca: 38th India-Indonesia Petrol

In Collaboration of Indonesian Navy and India navy, the 38th India-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol (IND-INDO CORPAT) has been started June 13, 2022, over the Andaman...

Weather Focus: IMD has issued a warning related to rainfall/thunderstorm: Heavy to very heavy rainfall likely over northeast India and adjoining Sub-Himalayan regions during...

As per the IMD forecast and warning, various parts of the country may pose to heavy to very heavy rainfall. Under the influence of...

Climate Change Focus: Brazil has put forward to climate commitments

Brazil has put forward "very ambitious" climate commitments and the United States hopes the Brazilian government meets them, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken...

Lifestyle Focus: World happiness index data: global scenario of Human happiness

The 2021 World Happiness Report was released by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and Finland was also crowned as the happiest country in...

Weather Focus: Moderate rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall during the next five days :IMD said

Southwest monsoon may continue in Goa and southern areas of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh in the next two days, India's Department of Environmental Affairs...

Pollution focus: Scientific ways to manage solid waste and its recycling and reuse

Solid waste disposal is a serious and widespread problem in urban and rural areas in many developed and developing countries. Municipal waste collection and...

Governance Focus: European business lobby surged Japan to restore visa waiver eligibility for its seven trading partners

Japan businessmen issued a joint statement on Friday calling for a relaxation of border controls, as the country begins to gradually reduce its COVID-19...

Pollution Focus: Single-Use plastic polluting the environment: ways to save the mother earth

Plastic pollution has been confirmed as one of the major threats to the environment today, and with good reason. Disposal methods intended to deal...

Ocean Focus: Hear ‘Sounds of the Sea’ at the Ocean of the earth with interaction of Sound “Music Project”: NASA

Feel the whirlwind on the shores of the Río de la Plata to the heights of the Indian Ocean set in the musical notes...

Climate Change Focus: FEMA has released the Comprehensive Climate Action Guide on adaptation services and mitigate the effects of climate change: NASA

NASA and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have issued guidelines that provide adaptation services and mitigate the effects of climate change. The guide,...

Wild-Life Focus: New study deepens our understanding of how animals perceive colors

Researchers have concluded that earth-dwelling animals have a keen sense of color and that these water-repellent are remarkably resilient. Animals that are accustomed to...

Glacial development in Yankti Valley To adapt to climate change research reported

Many researchers have provided information on the ice age in the Central Himalayas through various modern dating methods. Many cases of snow development have...

Geopolitics Focus: A Closer Look at the Power that Divides Our World —How to React

The unusual combination of political, economic, and technological power now facing the world may be repeated for generations. The Ukraine war plunges us into...

Environment Focus: Celebrating world Environment Day and Sweden  Speech delivered by Inger Andersen: UNEP

World Environment Day is a celebration. The celebration of the natural world and what it brings, as well as the celebration of the activists...

Modi weakens environmental laws in India, making eco-world champion: Ramesh

Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of hypocrisy and said that although he had weakened India's environmental and forestry...

Australian Prime Minister in Indonesia on investment talks, climate change

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was in Indonesia on Monday to meet with its President Joko Widodo and the coastal relations between the two...

Environment Focus: Role of Forest cover in Country’s economic development and Earth Biodiversity

Forest play a vital role in the country's economic development. They supply a number of goods that serve as commodities in many industries. Forests...

Environment Focus : Impact of La-Nina and El Nino on global weather and its effects on the Indian Monsoon system

Edited by Megha Chaubey El Niño is the term for the warm-up phase of the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), a global climate pattern that...

Ecosystem Focus: Ancient marine floors could be used in search of essential minerals

Researchers at the University of Queensland led a joint study examining seafood in eastern Australia and central Asia and then applied the method of...

MoHUA launches “Clean and Green” campaign on World Environment Day

Come 5 June 2022 - World Environment Day - Countries / UTs and Urban Urban Structures across the country will embark on a campaign,...

Climate change and disaster management should be a key pillar of the training of public servants in Vision-2047

Minister of State (Independent) Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Charge ) Earth Science; MoS PMO, Workers, Public Complaints, Pensions, Atomic Energy and...

Environment Focus: What force controls the elevation of mountains?

The Beaumont number between 0.4 and 0.5 means that the mountains are in a state called flux steady state where the control factors for...

Climate Focus: The effects of climate change on the Alps are reflected in the atmosphere

Melting glaciers have become a symbol of climate change in the Alps. Now, the reduction of snow cover is already evident in the atmosphere...

Environment Focus: Coastal Ecosystem and Climate Change Opportunities in Pakistan: The World Bank Group

Clearly, climate change is a threat to our planet and our well-being. Climate change affects the lives of everyone around the world no matter...

Weather Focus: US National Hurricane Center says Tropical Cyclone may occur by late Friday potentially it may stormy

A possible Tropical Cyclone One is expected to be tropical on Friday and a tropical storm later in the day or night, the U.S....

Environment Focus: The Valley of Flowers is open for visitors

Visitors are greeted with a colorful bouquet of flowers as the Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO World Heritage site, located in the Himalayan mountains...

Climate Focus: Five Questions to Help You Understand Storms and Climate Change

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season has officially begun, and NASA scientists are working with partners in NOAA, FEMA and other organizations to help communities...

Reducing air pollution can increase crop yields by 28 percent

Reducing nitrogen dioxide emissions to 5 percent of current levels could increase crop yields in China by 28 percent. Reducing this type of air...

Environment Focus: Fifty years ago, World Environment Day continues to shape global movement

World Environment Day can be traced back to a warm June in Stockholm, Sweden 50 years ago. It was then that the United Nations...

WATER IS A NECESSITY! WHAT ARE WE DOING TO PRESERVE IT FOR OUR FUTURE GENERATION? IS IT ENOUGH? I GUESS NO!

World Resources Institute President and CEO Ani Dasgupta, and WaterAid UK Chief Executive Tim Wainwright share why they think water isn't just a fundamental...

The first tropical storm in the eastern Pacific is approaching southern Mexico

The first hurricane season in the eastern Pacific intensified Sunday as it circled along the southern coast of Mexico, with strong winds of 110...

The G7 states say strict environmental laws are needed for deep ocean mines

The Group of Seven Countries on Friday agreed that strict environmental controls should regulate deep-sea mining and that they would only approve such mining...

The impact of climate change on Peruvian glaciers was debated in a German court

German judges and experts have arrived at the melting edge of Peru's Andes to investigate a complaint made by a local farmer who accused...

Environment Focus: Climate change reveals unique artifacts in the melting of ice sheets

One day more than 3000 years ago, someone lost a shoe in what is now Langfonne in the mountains of Jotunheimen. The shoe is...

The California Water Department said snow across the country was only 38% of the season’s average.

Increased drought in California could lead to electricity generation producing 8% of California's electricity generation compared to 15% under normal rainfall conditions, the U.S....

Environment Focus: “Inspiring” ancient settlements unfolded in the Amazon: A challenging archaeological dogma

The mysterious dunes in the southwest corner of the Amazon Basin were once the site of ancient urban settlements, scientists have discovered. Using advanced...

Pollution Focus: Metal-lifespan analysis shows the size of the mining metallic waste and its recycling rates

Metal may be the basis of modern economics, but that does not mean they are always there.A study looking at the economic life of...

Climate change: Members of Parliament say demolition should be reduced

In the past, developers have been encouraged to demolish old homes and offices, and to install buildings that require less heating.The number of demolished...

Natural cultivating or bloom strips: Which is better for honey bees?

How viable ecological measures in agribusiness are for biodiversity and wild honey bee populaces relies upon different variables and your point of view. This...

Glass and energy transformation: Thanks to stable electricity generation,  How to change the gain of solar heat?

The idea is to control the solar gain by rotating the horizontal glass windows, that is, to adjust the glass-azimuth regardless of the shape...

Past events reveal how future warming can damage oceanic ecosystem and coral reefs

How will the forthcoming global warming affect coral reefs? A new analysis of the ancient evidence from the last major global warming event points...

The rise in urban green could have prevented the thousands of deaths in two decades in America: Study says

A new analysis of green and mortality found that between 34,000-38,000 deaths could be reduced by the local increase in green vegetation in US...

The World Economic Forum meet in Davos: What could be the key issues to be discussed in climate Change Issues?

While the COVID-19 epidemic and the Russian war in Ukraine will focus on the gathering of the World Economic Forum for business and government...

Heavy rains lead to traffic jams in Gurugram & Delhi

The city has been facing power outages for some time, with heavy rain and thunderstorms on Monday morning. Many commuters were stranded on the...

Why Is It Important To Reduce Carbon Emissions? Ways to reduce it and blueprint of its successful implementation

Meeting the targeted climate will require significant removal of carbon dioxide in addition to reducing emissions. To achieve this in a sustainable manner, a...

Climate change may reduce the amount of sleep that people receive each year

The team says their findings suggest that by the year 2099, moderate temperatures could devastate 50 to 58 hours of sleep per person per...

Earthquake struck the northern part of the Norwegian Arctic

A magnitude 6 magnitude earthquake struck the northern Arctic Arctic Archipelago in Svalbard on Saturday, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center reported, although police said there...

COVID-19 pandemic globally disrupted the Earth’s Ecosystem and hurts the Biodiversity: Study reveals

Researchers are increasingly concerned that the earth will be left two years later in the process of finalizing a new global framework for biodiversity...

Satellite observing of biodiversity moves reachable

Universally practically identical information on biodiversity is expected to safeguard compromised biological systems, reestablish annihilated environments and check the adverse consequences of worldwide biodiversity...

Hubble Reaches New Milestone in Mystery of Universe’s Expansion Rate

Finishing an almost 30-year long distance race, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has adjusted more than 40 "milepost markers" of existence to assist scientists with...

The rate of Trees dying rapidly in northern Australia is indicated in the recent study: Climate Change is probably the cause

The number of dying trees in the tropical rain forests of northern Australia each year has doubled since the 1980's, and researchers say that...

The climate crisis is pushing the yellow-billed hornbill into extinction

The yellow-billed hornbill, a cousin of Zazu's favorite fan of The Lion King, is facing extinction due to extreme weather. Researchers have investigated the...

The world’s oceans are the highest acidic in 26,000 years, a weather report warns

The world's oceans have grown to an unprecedented level of acidity last year, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Wednesday, as UN officials...

The natural processes on the Rivers are greatly affected around the world: Study Indicates

Streams and rivers are the lifeblood of our planet, the most popular biodiversity and essential for human life: It provides drinking water, protects it...

Improved air forecasts save consumers millions of energy costs

In the Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, by AIP Publishing, scientists at Colorado State University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have...

New species of snakes have been discovered in Paraguay

A beautiful non-toxic snake, previously unknown to science, was discovered in Paraguay and described by Paraguayan researchers NGO Para La Tierra in collaboration with...

Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav Addresses BRICS Climate Change Conference

Minister for Environment, Forestry and Climate Change, Shri. Bhupender Yadav participated in the BRICS High Level Summit held on 13 May 2022. Speaking at...

A large indoor forest sinkhole found in China

A team of Chinese scientists have discovered a huge new cave with a forest floor. The sink hole is 630 feet (192 meters) deep...

Emissions are reduced from the COVID-19 epidemic: Dramatic decline in air pollution

Global gas emissions reached a record high of more than 35 Gt CO2 in 2019. Widespread disruption of human activities and energy consumption caused...

Climate change: its long term impact and Causes

Climate change is a long-term, continuous process of global warming and climate; evolution driven by human activities.For more than 4.5 billion years, the Earth...

Delhi may experience heat wave in from Friday: Indian Meteorological Department

High temperatures in Delhi may move around the 40-degree mark on Wednesday and begin to rise later as humid east winds blow the western...

Micro- and nano-plastic polluting the ocean: Study revealed

According to estimates, by 2040 the level of plastic pollution could reach 80 million tons a year. Plastic particles are now found in almost...

The world has been given a 50-50 chance to strike a significant warming signal by 2026

The world is approaching the threshold of global warming that is trying to prevent it, with a 50-50 chance that the Earth will temporarily...

DST needs to invest in all sectors that contribute to new and emerging challenges such as climate change:  Remarks by Secretary-DST

The 51st anniversary of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) sets the stage for the launch of the Department's mission and paves the...

Cyclonic Circulation Will Still Prevail In The Bay Of Bengal Over The Next Few Days

Typhoon 'Asani' may not reach the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha as it is likely to be weak within the next 48 hours,...

Earth’s oceans are losing their ‘memory’ under global warming

Compared to the rapid change of atmospheric climate, the ever-changing ocean shows strong resilience, or "memory," meaning that tomorrow's ocean temperatures may look as...

A forest as an insect shelter in warmer climates?

About 75 percent of our food plants and more than 80 percent of wild plants need pollination by insects. Plant maturity alone is estimated...

Dust Avalanche observed on Mars:scientists

For decades scientists have observed a series of catastrophic landslides called slope streaks on Mars. Viking orbiters first appeared in the 1970s, all orbiter...

The Great Galaxy has been liberating its neighbor for 400 million years

Sometimes you just have to sit down and marvel at the excellent view of the galaxy interaction. When the celestial cities meet on their...

New research provides the insights into the Formation of the Mother Land Earth

A new study, conducted by scientists at the University of New Mexico, found that the old helium-3, which leaked to the Earth's core, suggests...

India has been leading the world in climate action: Shri Naidu

The Vice  President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, today called for a 'collective action' from the people, as well as permissive policies, to reduce the...

MHA and SECI sign MoU to implement India’s green energy plan

As a step towards the Indian Government's efforts to promote renewable energy and thus develop into a neutral economy, under the leadership of Union...

The Emperor Penguin is in danger of extinction due to climate change

The emperor penguin, which roams the Antarctic ice sheet and cold seas, is in danger of extinction in the next 30 to 40 years...

Restoring Wetlands: Bio-geomorphic response to regenerate Biotic Carbon dioxide

Wetlands contribute equally to global carbon dioxide emissions. However, the ability of carbon dioxide reserves depends on the interaction between plants and geomorphology that...

Climate change will force the encounters of new animals and increase the outbreak of the virus

Over the next 50 years, climate change could lead to more than 15,000 new cases of mammals transmitting the virus to other mammals, according...

Scientists are developing a new model for measuring the density of homogeneity in the solar corona

Scientists have developed a new theoretical model for measuring congestion in the solar corona produced by a disorder in the electric fluid, a magnetic...

The China Warriors have successfully established the world’s highest Automatic Weather Station

Once again, China has won the world's highest peak, Mount Qomolangma, also known as Mount Everest in the West, on Wednesday. Thirteen members of...

Landslides can have a profound effects on Melting and Moving Ice

A team led by researchers from the University Of Minnesota Twin Cities has revealed, for the first time, that landslides could have a profound...

NASA study: Extreme Weather events such as floods and Heat waves will continue with Time and Space

According to a recent NASA study, extreme weather events such as floods and heat waves will continue to coincide with time and space, increasing...

Amazon Rainforest: Filling the missing Climate Change data Gap

According to a new study by scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), plant emissions produced a previously unknown phenomenon in the Amazon...

New study describes the Rapid Global Climate Change in an Ice-Capped World

New research describes a period of rapid global climate change that is currently covered by ice - but 304 million years ago. Over the...

NASA keeping their eyes around the Best-Known “Black Hole Systems”

The nearby black holes and their stellar counterparts created a gallery of astrophysical rogues in this new NASA demonstration. Stars born more than 20 times...

NASA Simulation models reveals that some Volcanic Eruption adding in Earth Global Warming and destroys Ozone layers

New NASA meteorological observations suggest that a massive volcanic eruption called “flood basalt eruptions” could dramatically warm the Earth's climate and destroy the ozone...

Beautiful sea scenery, the sugar valleys beneath the seas: Study Reveals

Seagrass plays an important role in our climate. They are one of the most efficient carbon dioxide sinks in the world. A team of...

Hundreds of households in the historic New Mexico city : Las Vegas

Hundreds of families in the historic city of New Mexico, Las Vegas, were told to evacuate Monday as strong winds and drought pushed the...

Kerosene prices have climbed by about 49%

The average rise was close to 7%, according to Brazilian airlines Abear. Oil prices have risen by almost 49% this year. The company had...

Electricity use is expected to grow as India’s weather forecast is above normal maximum temperatures

India's demand for electricity reached a record high in April as its northern provinces recovered from the hottest months before the summer decades, with...

Signing of a joint declaration with Germany on agro-ecology and sustainable management of natural resources

Steps have been taken between India and Germany on agro-ecology and sustainable management of natural resources. In this regard, the Minister of Agriculture and...

Olaf Scholz has pledged 10 billion euros to help India achieve its climate goals

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has pledged 10 billion euros ($ 10.51 billion) to help India achieve its climate goals after meeting with its Prime...

Met Department said thunderstorms and strong winds could be seen in northwestern India

Some relief from the expected heat as the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a ‘decrease’ in temperature wave conditions in many parts of...

Saudi Arabia’s economy is estimated at 9.6% in Q1, driven by oil

Saudi Arabia's economy grew by 9.6% in the first quarter of 2022, compared to last year, according to flash government estimates on Sunday, as...

Record-breaking simulations suggest how the weather has halted human migration

The massive mimicry of the Earth's two million years ago provides evidence that temperatures and other planetary conditions contributed to premature human migration -...

Climate change is affecting biodiversity in protected areas around the world

Protected areas - such as national parks, national parks, and deserts - are important for biodiversity conservation. A new study published in Environmental Research...

India as a whole recorded the fourth hottest April month,India Meteorological Department (IMD)

Northwestern and central India recorded the highest temperatures in April for the past 121 years, the Indian Department of Environmental Affairs (IMD) said on...

The Ministry of Electronics & IT announced Scheme for Promotion of Semiconductor Eco-System in India, Rs 76,000 Crores

Following Semicon India 2022 hosted in Bengaluru from 29 April to 1 May 2022 by the Department of Electricity and IT and the recently...

Municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta said the floods in Mumbai were a man-made disaster

Mumbai During the last two-day workshop on 'Flood Risk' in Mumbai, former municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta said the floods in Mumbai were a catastrophic...

From seawater to drinking water, at the press of a button

MIT researchers have developed a portable salt extraction unit, weighing less than 10 pounds , which can extract particles and salts to produce drinking...

Climate change may trigger the next epidemic, according to a new study

In the study, scientists conducted a first comprehensive study of how Climate change will reorganize the virome of mammals worldwide. The work focuses on...

A real unpopular exhibition in New York looks at the impact of climate change

Arcadia Earth 'is a New York City-based art exhibition that utilizes the unpopular reality of taxpayers we see spreading awareness about the impact of...

Pakistan, India is moving under a high temperature wave

Pakistan has issued a heat warning after the hottest March in 61 years while parts of India's neighboring schools are closed and roads are...

A new smart machine for making welding work faster, saves electricity and is eco-friendly

Researchers have developed a sophisticated IoT-based welding machine that is faster than conventional fusion welding methods or solid-state processes currently used with minimal power...

Union Minister Jal Shakti Revises Implementation of Jal Jeevan Mission in Rajasthan with 17 Members of Parliament and PHED Minister, Officials

Union Minister Jal Shakti, Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat held a review of the Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) today in Jaipur with 17 members of...

A wildfire in New Mexico has engulfed 166 homes, thousands of them ready to evacuate

Drought-related wildfires have destroyed 166 homes in northern New Mexico and are still threatening hundreds as strong winds puff up flames in mountainous areas,...

The US solar industry warns of a slowdown in supply chain disruption, tax uncertainty

The US solar industry warns of a sharp decline in project exports this year as disruptions to the global supply chain and the threat...

Explosion strikes Kyiv as UN official visits, US promises new Ukrainian aid

Russia fired two shots at Kyiv during a visit by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Ukrainian officials said, as Moscow suppressed the eastern invasion that...

Heatwave disrupts industrial activity as energy demand increases

India's northwestern state of Rajasthan has planned four hours of power outages for industry, making it at least the third region to disrupt industrial...

The U.S. identifies potential wind power zones away from Oregon, on the Atlantic coast

On Wednesday Biden management identified new potential areas for coastal development along the coast of Oregon and a few inland Atlantic states, their latest...

EXCLUSIVE India tells its provinces to increase coal exports for three years – sources

India has called on its provinces to increase coal exports over the next three years to build a list of goods and meet demand,...

Climate change puts 4% of global GDP at risk, estimates of a new study

A new study conducted in 135 countries estimated that climate change puts 4 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at risk. caused by climate...

PM Modi’s warning on rising temperatures as fires break out across India

On Wednesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued a stern warning about rising temperatures and the number of fires in dumping grounds, dumping sites and...

Success Story: Swachh Bharat Mission-Grameen, Plastic Removal Campaign at 18 Ganga BoardingGram Panchayats in Howrah

In an effort to keep the Ganga River clean and undefiled, ZillaParishad of Howrah district in West Bengal organized a 18 Ganga plastic removal...

The deteriorating landslide prevents access to the Alaska Denali park

The first major cruise ship of this season has arrived in Alaska, marking the start of what industry and tourism officials expect to be...

The MoU has been signed between the NHLML and the Regional Government for the construction of Ropewaways in Himachal Pradesh under ParvatmalaYojana

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to develop First and Last Mile Connectivity through Ropeways, Minister of Transport and Highways Shri...

Scientists are modeling the formation of the Earth on the Titan, presenting an unusual planet like Earth

The Saturn Moon Titan looks very much like Earth from space, with rivers, lakes, and seas full of rain. While these areas may look...

France’s Macron beats the far right, promises are changing

Emmanuel Macron successfully defeated his right rival Marine Le Pen on Sunday, starting a political political earthquake in Europe but acknowledged dissatisfaction with his...

The first geochemical evidence of plate tectonics found in the 3.8 billion crystal age

A handful of ancient zircon crystal found in South Africa have very old evidence that subduction, a key component of plate tectonics, according...

Europe was hit by a year of climate change in 2021: EU report said

Climate change threatens people with food and water shortages, floods, extreme heat, additional diseases, and economic losses. Migration and conflict can be the result....

Air Quality review in China: Impacting Human Health

China should raise air quality levels as continued smoke continues to have a negative impact on public health despite recent developments, said a government-sponsored...

Union Minister Shri Gadkari urges companies to take advance action to all faulty collections of Electric Vehicles

Transportation is an essential element of modern life, but the traditional burning engine quickly becomes obsolete. Petrol or diesel cars are highly polluting and...

Priyanka and Nick, named their child Malti Marie Chopra Jonas

Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas and her husband pop star Nick Jonas have reportedly named their daughter Malti Marie Chopra Jonas. The American entertainment website TMZ,...

The Industry will partner with Space Communications in 2025: NASA

SATCOM Networks to operate Satellite Ships NASA has selected six American satellite communications providers (SATCOM) on April 20 to begin developing and deploying nearby Earth...

Jupiter’s moon has fabulous dunes: Revealed in study

The review, distributed in the diary Nature Communications, depends on an investigation of the actual cycles controlling grain movement combined with an examination of...

Cinema creates India ID in the world: I&B Minister Anurag Thakur

Minister of Information and Broadcasting Union Shri Anurag Thakur today visited the National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC) located at the Films Division Complex...

NITI Aayog Releases Draft Battery Change Policy for Stakeholder Comments

During the COP26 summit in Glasgow, India pledged to reduce carbon emissions by 45%, and take our non-fossil fuels to 500 GW by 2030...

Everyday plastic products emit billions of tiny particles into the water

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have analyzed a number of widely used products in order to better understand these...

Study reveals that Hot Climate can reduce the number of pests in some of the agricultural areas

A study published in Nature was the first to identify the link between rising temperatures and changing land use, resulting in widespread losses to...

Study indicated: How air pollution changes lung tissue, which increases the risk of cancer

The findings could lead to new ways to prevent or treat early lung changes leading to the disease. The tiny, breathable Fine Particulate matter...

Singapore and New Zealand will jointly address the climate change issue focusing on Green Technology

Singapore and New Zealand will work together on green technologies to combat climate change, the two prime ministers said on Tuesday. Joint efforts will...

Space Station’s Quest for the Secrets of Fire

Fire was applicable to human existence in classical times as well as stays basic to our cutting edge lives. It warms our homes and...

Pacific Northwest rapidly spreading fires leads to air contamination across North America: Study reveals

Progressively huge and serious rapidly spreading fires in the Pacific Northwest are changing the occasional example of air contamination and causing a spike in...

There is no frostbite effect in the Antarctic Ocean

Changes in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) are considered to be a major cause of climate change in the past and future....

Oil costs hit close to 3-week highs on supply fears in the midst of extending Ukraine emergency

 Oil costs moved to almost three-week highs on Monday as fears over close worldwide stock developed, with the extending emergency in Ukraine raising the...

Coronavirus disgracing sets neighbor in opposition to neighbor in secured Shanghai.

The pressures of lockdown have uncovered divisions among Shanghai occupants, setting youthful in opposition to old, local people against outcasts, or more all, COVID-pessimistic...

Zelenskiy of Ukraine condemns bombings as bodies lash out on Mariupol streets

Ukrainian authorities have condemned the Russian offensive in northeastern cities and the continued siege of the southern port city of Mariupol, Moscow, which has...

Success Story: Swachh Bharat Mission

In an effort to make sanitation more accessible, safer and at the same time remove the embarrassment during menstrual days among teenage girls, the...

Climate change activists block the center of Paris square

Climate change activists have forced the closure of a stadium in central Paris on Saturday to protest environmental plans proposed by the remaining French...

Ukraine war expands U.N. food office’s expenses in hunger-hit West Africa

 Functional expenses of the United Nation's World Food Program (WFP) will increment by $136 million in West Africa this year due to the worldwide...

A multitude of 85,000 seismic tremors at the Antarctic Orca submarine fountain of liquid magma

In a far off region, a blend of geophysical strategies recognizes magma move beneath the ocean bottom as the reasonVolcanoes can be found even...

5,000 under evacuation orders as wildfires in New Mexico erupt

Douglas Siddens' mother was one of the few who survived the massacre on her back when a fierce, wind-blown wildfire engulfed a mountain community...

Declining nitrogen accessibility found in our nitrogen-rich world

 Since the mid-twentieth century, examination and conversation have zeroed in on the adverse consequences of abundance nitrogen on earthly and amphibian biological systems. Nonetheless,...

Extremely old Malaria parasite puzzle solved as ape origin traced

Researchers have settled a 100-year-old secret about the transformative connections between intestinal sickness parasites that contaminate people and chimpanzees. They have found that the parasite...

Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions dropped by about 9% since the 2020

Canada's greenhouse gas emissions dropped by 9 percent by 2020, the first year of the coronavirus epidemic, as Canadians and the rest of the...

Early Human Settlements are linked with past Climate Change

A study published in Nature by an international team of scientists provides clear evidence of a link between astronomical evolution and human evolution. By...

Strong rivers have contributed to the Wildlife diversity of the Amazon Forest

One of the most controversial questions in evolutionary science is, How did the Amazon come to have so many species of living things? A...

Southwest monsoon in India as a whole may be a common occurrence: IMD

India is likely to experience normal rainfall during storms in the southwest this year, India's Ministry of Meteorology said on Thursday. Rainfall will be...

Mineral Production Records by 13.2 percent Additional Growth April-February 2021-22

The index of Mineral production in the mining and quarrying sector in February, 2022 (Base: 2011-12 = 100) at 123.2, was 4.5% higher compared...

Weighty downpours guarantee 45 lives in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal area

No less than 45 individuals were killed after Monday's strongly weighty precipitation in South Africa's eastern waterfront region of KwaZulu-Natal overwhelmed settlements, attacked homes,...

Cabinet ratifies India-Japan Cooperation Agreement for Domestic Wastewater Management

The Union Cabinet led by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its prior approval of anMoC agreement signed between the Department of...

Cabinet approved policy to Use Land acquired under Coal Transport (Acquisition and Development) Act of 1957

With a view to facilitating the use of mineral or unconventional coal mining and to increase investment and job creation in the coal sector,...

Climate Change may not continue as evolution evolved as previously thought

Published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, this study highlights the integration of the entire African continent into biodiversity during...

Artificial Hail made to get more accurate Weather Forecasts

When a low-pressure system called Bernd decides to park itself in the Central European part of the summer of 2021, the dangers associated with...

Imitation describes Greenland’s slow summer heat

The confusing, decade-long decline of summer heat throughout Greenland's has been described by researchers at Hokkaido University in Japan. Their observational analysis and computer...

Asia Pacific Taiwan gives first conflict endurance handbook in the midst of China danger

Taiwan's military delivered a handbook on common protection interestingly on Tuesday, giving residents endurance direction in a conflict situation as Russia's intrusion of Ukraine...

German firm forms drifting sun-powered plant on quarry lake

A German organization will one month from now switch on a drifting sun-oriented power plant it has based on a quarry lake, a quickly...

Thirteen Years of Extreme Drought in Chile Drives Nation to Ration Waters.

Chile has announced an unprecedented water supply program for the capital Santiago as the country enters its 13th year of a historic drought. Home...

Forecast on planet Neptune: getting Chilly and Colder

The coldest and farthest Neptune, our most distant planetary planet, adds to its popularity as a mysterious planet, with astronomers puzzled by the dramatic...

New carbon capture materials bring new light on the global warming challenge

A team of scientists has developed a computerized hybrid material that can absorb greenhouse methane gas, convert it into a Hydrogen purifier and mimic...

U.S. trees might give more than $100 billion dollars in investment funds by means of ecological advantages, however face developing dangers

The study proposes trees are more significant as environment, air controllers than as consumable products. The idea of biological system administrations permits specialists to...

Ancient Helium leaking from the Earth’s core revealing the cluere lating to Earth’s formation

Helium-3, a rare helium gas station, emerges from Earth's center, a new study reports. Because almost all helium-3 comes from the Big Bang, gas...

Melting ice may not block the flow of seawater

Climate scientists cite Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (or AMOC) among the major points on the way to planetary climate catastrophe. The Atlantic Ocean acts...

Around 180K deaths in Tropical Cities due to Air Pollution: Study revealed

Nearly 180,000 deaths could have been avoided within 14 years in the rapidly growing tropical cities caused by the rapid increase in Air pollution...

First National Tiger Conservation Authority meeting held outside National Capital at Arunachal Pradesh

The Minister of Forestry, Forestry and Fisheries for the 20th anniversary of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) was held at the Pakketiger reserve...

Study revealing the linkage between Greenhouse gases and Sea Level Rise

New research provides the first evidence that greenhouse gases have a long-term effect on the warmer waters of the Amundsen Sea in Western Antarctica....

Study revealed How mountain stream indicates climate change

A new tool can better assess an important but overlooked indicator of global warming: a variety of bedbugs, worms, and snails living in mountainous...

India’s Nuclear Program improves quality of life and does not harm human health: Said by DrJitendra Singh (Minister of Trade Unions)

Minister of State Science and Technology; Minister of StateEarth Science; MoS PMO, Workers, Public Complaints, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, DrJitendra Singh today said...

Drinks firms spooked as India refuses to exempt some plastic straws from ban

India has rejected demands from major international and domestic companies to remove plastic containers from a ban that will take effect on July 1,...

Experts examine the reality of environmental sway in South Asia

Environment and strategy specialists examined the reality of environment sway on South Asia as featured in the IPCC report, and the variation and relief...

Liquefying of Himalayan Glaciers: Studies Conducted by Research Institutes

A few Indian foundations/colleges/associations (Geological Survey of India (GSI), Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology(WIHG), National Center for Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR), National Institute...

Water Management for Economic Development Centers Replied in Rajya Sabha

Water development and management plays a special role in the development of the national economy. Water is essential to the health, well-being and well-being...

Changing Lifestyles to Save the Environment

At the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Glasgow, United Kingdom, India shared...

Mineral Amendment and Importance of Mineral for the Economy of India

Service of Mines has reported the National Mineral Policy 2019 ("NMP 2019") in March, 2019 which supplanted the National Mineral Policy 2008. Consequently, the...

Minister of State replied on Lightning Disaster in the Lok Sabha

The information was provided by the Minister of State (I / C) of M / o Earth Sciences and M / o Science &...

Indian Government Hosting a meeting on Clean Energy Ministers

CEM (Clean Energy Ministerial) brings together the world's largest and leading countries, international organizations and companies to achieve one goal, to accelerate clean energy...

A Galaxy found in the Universe: Hidden from Visual Observance

Researchers have discovered a galaxy that was nearly 136 million light-years away from the horizon. Low disk congestion, but internal disk shows star formation....

Methane could be the primary perceptible sign of life past Earth.

In the event that life is plentiful in the universe, climatic methane might be the main indication of something going on under the surface...

Million-year-old Arctic sedimentary record reveals insight into the past environmental secret

New exploration, drove by the University of Massachusetts Amherst and distributed as of late in the diary Climate of the Past, is quick to...

Center Extends the Timeline for Repayment of Ethanol Projects

Government of India has extended the timeline for repayment of Ethanol Projects with timeline for repayment under the schemes The Center has decided to extend,...

Government of India promoting the High-Tech Farming in Agricultural Services

High-tech farming refers to agricultural activities that include the latest technology. It is an agricultural activity that requires a lot of money as it...

NASA’s Perseverance records the very first sounds from Mars

NASA's Perseverance meanderer, which has been looking over the outer layer of Mars since February 2021, has interestingly recorded the acoustic climate of the...

Study says Mercury planet has magnetic storms

A worldwide group of researchers has demonstrated that Mercury, our nearby planet group's littlest planet, has geomagnetic storms like those on Earth. The examination by...

Semiconductor Manufacturing: A Global interest

Shri AshwiniVaishnaw, Minister of Technology and Communications, Communications and Railways, has announced that the government has approved the Semiconductors and Display Manufacturing Ecosystem in...

Streak dry spells’ approaching on quicker, worldwide review shows

Very much like glimmer floods, streak dry seasons come on quick-drying out soil surprisingly fast to weeks. These occasions can crash yields and cause...

The environmental change could cost U.S. financial plan $2 trillion every year before the century’s over, White House says

 Flood, fire, and dry seasons energized by the environmental change could whittle down the U.S. government spending plan each year before the century's over,...

UK police capture 83 as environment activists bar oil terminals

English police said they had captured 83 individuals in Essex, east of London, over the course of about 48 hours as environmental change nonconformists...