Earth’s Biggest Ice Shelf Melting at Rapid Rate due to Surface Heating

An global team of scientists has, a short while ago, found that Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf, the world’s largest ice rock which is roughly the dimension of France, is melting swiftly. The reducing iceberg has led to global sea-level surge of approximately 13.8 millimetres over the last 40 years. The Findings about the Melting Antarctic

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NGT Mandates Action Plan to Regulate Polluted Rivers

A Central Monitoring Committee has recently been set up by the National Green Tribunal to formulate and also execute a nationwide strategy to transform 350 river pathways in order to make them free of all types of pollution, throughout the nation. River defilement has actually triggered a significant risk to the safety and security of

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Climate Change has led to Increased Global Economic Inequality

A new study has established a correlation between climate change and economic inequality by analysing the 50-year temperature and economic data of 165 nations. The study has revealed that temperature modifications have actually benefitted chilly nations like Norway as well as Sweden, while dragging down financial development in warmer nations such as India as well

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Key Findings of the State of Global Air Report 2019

The State Of Global Air Report 2019, published by the Boston-based Health Effects Institute (HEI) has disclosed that 1.2 million Indians passed away due to disorders triggered by air contamination in 2017. Crucial Conclusions of the State of Global Air Report 2019 Air contamination ranks fifth amongst worldwide danger factors for mortality worldwide, surpassed just

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Indian Tiger Population Faces Increased Stress Levels

A recent research study by an Indo-Russian team has discovered that compared with 200-odd Amur tigers in Russian Far East, the Bengal tigers in three tiger reserves in India– Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Sariska– are about 20% further stressed. The stress degree was gauged by examining the glucocorticoids metabolites existing in the faeces of tigers. ” Increased

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