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2021 was fifth warmest year in India, impact of global warming: IMD – Hindustan Times

The year 2021 was the fifth warmest reported in India over the past 121 years, according to the annual climate statement 2021, released by India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday. The four warmest years are 2016, 2009, 2017 and 2010,…

India Listed Among World’s Largest Emitters and Drivers of Global Warming by Study | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com – The Weather Channel

Representational Image. (Piyal Bhattacharjee/BCCL Delhi) According to a new scientific paper published in Communications, the emissions of just five economies—India, China, the US, the EU and Russia—over the period 1991-2030 will double the number of countries experiencing extreme hot years…

Today’s Soaring Energy Prices Are Only The Beginning

Energy prices are soaring, and it’s likely a sign of things to come. The rise can be blamed on a variety of things, including the demand rebound after the lockdowns ended, a drop in renewable electricity output from a lack…

What 2021 looked like for global climate change – The Indian Express

This year was a mixed bag for climate activists. There were devastating weather events that highlighted the dangers of a rapidly warming planet. Lockdown-induced blue skies and clear air that showed the potential for a cleaner future. Ambitious plans bookending…

Climate Change and Infections on the Move in North America | IDR – Dove Medical Press

Introduction Climate change is directly and indirectly impacting human health now.1,2 The impacts will continue along this trajectory, in most development and emission scenarios, growing in scope and scale, without substantial elimination of the root cause of the climate crisis:…

How Global Warming May Change Work Hours In Delhi, Mumbai And Other Hot Cities – Indiatimes.com

According to a new study, work hours may change in the coming years due to the impact of global warming. A new study published in the academic journal Nature Communications says that rising temperatures in the day might force people…

Why we can’t curb global warming by just focusing on carbon emissions – Firstpost

A developing country using coal to pursue the path of development is justifiable and should not be equated with the West’s high carbon emission model just to maintain its luxurious lifestyle A toxic haze has enveloped Delhi ever since Diwali…

COP26 pledges can help cap global warming at 1.8 degrees Celsius at best – Livemint

NEW DELHI: All the pledges to cut carbon emissions at the two-week long Glasgow climate change summit, also known as Conference of Parties (COP) 26, that ended on 14 November, will only help cap global warming at 1.8 degrees Celsius,…

OPINION: Is India ready for twin challenges of global warming and antimicrobial resistance? – The Week

2020 marked a dramatic life-altering pause in the history of humanity. A novel virus spread worldwide after originating in a small corner of a single country, leading to the biggest public health emergency in over a century.  It was also…

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