From tropical forests to the Arctic region, tree growth is showing dramatic changes.
The world produces more than 400 million tonnes of plastics every year, of which 14-18 per cent is being formally recycled & more than half ends up in landfills.
Covid gave India some of its cleanest skies early this year, but as lockdown measures ease, crop burning could resume, bringing with it chronic air pollution in northern India.
Who better to study the sea than a surfer? They are using their surf boards to collect data on ocean warming.
A new study suggests that climate change may lead to reductions in malaria in sub-Saharan Africa. But that’s not the only disease that bites.
Facebook is full of misinformation on climate change and climate disasters, which, when noticed and reported by users, is sent to the company’s third-party fact-checkers.
Gender-reveal parties in vogue since 2008, but people have now started taking extreme measures during such events, with often other disastrous consequences besides wildfires.
The study was carried across the Line of Control & Line of Actual Control, and a total of 12,243 glaciers were studied for thickness and mass changes.
As tiny as a grain of fine sand, hidden microplastics cannot be collected and recycled. But, little by little, they’re adding up to a huge problem.