We face a new era of climate crisis. July 2019 was the hottest month on record, and the period from 2015 to 2019 is on track to become the five hottest years in human history.
climate change is discussed during the Asia-Europe Meeting in Siem Reap.
The leaders of Fiji and Australia agreed to boost bilateral ties Monday as they sought to smooth relations following a highly publicised clash over climate change at a Pacific summit last month.
For years now, environmentalists and scientists have been warning that poorer countries with very low carbon footprints are bearing the brunt of carbon dioxide emissions in the wealthy world.
“Sobering” is perhaps the most optimistic response to the message contained in the IPCC report on Climate Change and Land, which sets out how the climate crisis is impacting the land upon which we rely for our continued existence.
India needs to adopt a climate-smart agriculture policy that includes a ‘gender lens’.
Cement companies are called to slash their greenhouse gas emissions.
There are serious challenges to global food supply everywhere we look. Intensive use of fertilisers in the US Midwest is causing nutrients to run off into rivers and streams, degrading the water quality and causing a Connecticut-size dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico.
Global leaders at the recent annual gathering of the World Health Assembly in Geneva expressed worry and optimism in almost equal measure.
Vladimir Putin has talked about global warming’s toll as Siberia’s Irkutsk region struggles to recover from floods. But there’s a simple reason why Russia won’t get behind climate protection policies, says Andrey Gurkov.
The largest peacekeeping missions in the world are in countries most exposed to climate change, according to a Sweden-based research institute. Without new approaches, peace doesn’t stand a chance.
Mekong river basin is among the most vulnerable regions due to climate change.
By the end of this century, one-fifth of ocean life as we know it will vanish from the face of the earth all because of global warming.
The gov’t is called to increase the budget of protecting the natural resources.
The airline industry says it is “hellbent” on reducing emissions, with no technology.
Mekong River Commission and Murray-Darling Basin Authority of Australia sign MOU.
Environment Ministry is set to mark the day by raising awareness on air pollution.
Activists urges world governments to be more active in addressing climate change.
Vietnam’s salt farmers toil in the sweltering sun to eke out a meagre living, increasingly battered by imports of the mineral and also climate woes.
Climate change is moving to the center stage at the United Nations.
Big investors must compel companies to tackle modern slavery.
Australians will go to the polls in a general election on May 18 in a campaign set to be fought over taxation and inequality.
Ministry responds to blaming deforestation as the major factor for high temperatures.
Civil society organisations call on the government to increase funding at the commune level to tackle climate change.
More of the billions of tonnes of materials the world uses each year must be recycled and reused to keep climate change in check, researchers said on Tuesday.
From its towering “supertree” vertical gardens to a Formula 1 night race, Singapore is known for many attractions; underground space is not one of them.
The European Union is preparing about 115 million euro grant to offer Cambodia on three projects while the agreement will be signed early next year.
Talks in Poland show the limits of international action to limit global warming.
As the UN climate conference wraps up, Asia’s emission-producing economic powerhouses have said that their growing wealth doesn’t guarantee that they can fully comply with the Paris Agreement without assistance.
Cambodia has reaffirmed its commitment to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and express serious concern over the multi-faceted impacts of climate change.