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New-Age Climate Leaders

New-Age Climate Leaders

21 young people have sued the US government for causing climate change

A Good Move by Climate

A Good Move by Climate

We eagerly wait for the monsoons, but without the Continental Drift, we may have never had this season

Think Green, Act Green

Think Green, Act Green

On World Environment Day, let’s find out what the Conference of the Parties (COP) is and its role in saving our environment.

Test the Thunder!

Test the Thunder!

Researchers say that global warming is a cause of frequent and high-intensity thunderstorms

Shrunk Beyond Recognition
Advantage David

Advantage David

The story of David and Goliath retold in a farmer’s legal battle for climate justice

Coming Together for Climate Justice
This Is the First Animal That Has Become Extinct Because of Climate Change

This Is the First Animal That Has Become Extinct Because of Climate Change

This is the first animal that has become extinct because of human-induced climate change. The little brown rodent is called the Bramble Cay Melomys (Melomys rubicola) and is a former inhabitant of Australia.

Its habitat was the tiny 4 hectare Bramble Cay, located on the northern end of the Great Barrier Reef. It was last sighted in 2009. The Australian government confirmed its extinction on 18 February 2019. 

Seasons Turning a New Leaf

Seasons Turning a New Leaf

The season of festivals is here. But something feels different. My mother tells me that about 25 years ago, the winters would make a precise entry on Dussehra, which usually falls between September and October. A week before Dussehra, we would take the warm clothes out of an old trunk. "Now, it is late November when the weather becomes cold. Only a few days in December are cold enough to wear warm clothes," says my mother.

We read in books that India has six distinct seasons—Grishma seasons (summer), Varsha (monsoon), Sharata (autumn), Hemanta (pre-winter), Shishira (winter) and Basanta (spring)...

Making of a Storm

Making of a Storm

The sun's heat is the most important factor in the weather patterns around the globe. Warmer ocean temperatures due to human-made activities give storms a bigger battery which not only increases the intensity but also the frequency of hurricanes and cyclones.

Given the hurricane of catastrophic climate events that took place around the world, August and September should be renamed as tropical cyclone months. For the first time in seven years, the Atlantic Basin faced more than three hurricanes consecutively in the year 2017...

No One Killed The Corals

No One Killed The Corals

Coral reefs are diverse marine animals that have created an underwater ecosystem. Reefs can be found in coastal regions of 109 countries around the world. The World Heritage List includes 29 natural and marine properties that contain coral reef systems. It includes icons such as the Great Barrier Reef, Australia and The Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. 

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