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A Glacier's Funeral

A Glacier's Funeral

In August 2019, a funeral was held for the last patch of ice atop the Ok volcano in western Iceland. The ice patch belonged to Okjökull.

November 14, 2091

November 14, 2091

What kind of world will the younger generations inherit? Piu gets a hint.

Why Do We Need Tigers?

Why Do We Need Tigers?

What tigers eat and the space they occupy protects the health of their entire ecosystem.

Children in the Times of Climate Change

Children in the Times of Climate Change

It was a Friday of August 2018. The people of Stockholm saw a little girl sitting outside the Riksdagen, the Swedish Parliament, holding a hand-painted banner with "skolstrejk för klimatet" or "school strike for climate" written over it.

Sinking Sunderban

Sinking Sunderban

Rising sea level is the biggest threat to the world's largest coastal mangrove forests located in India and Bangladesh

Climate Change and Extreme Rainfall

Climate Change and Extreme Rainfall

As per the World Bank, changes in average temperature and precipitation would impact 600 million lives in India.

There is scientific evidence that global warming is leading to more moisture loading in the atmosphere, which, in turn, is causing more extreme precipitation events. Raghu Murtugudde, a professor at Maryland University, US, recently said that there is a clear link between extreme rainfall events and global warming. 

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
Coming Together for Climate Justice