Monday, September 21, 2015



An international team of scientists is set to begin a four-year project this month that

Sundarbans getting back trees: Minister

The number of different species of trees like Sundari, Gewya and Garan is on

Satellites show warming is accelerating sea level rise

Melting ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are speeding up the already fast

Another cold spell likely in last week of Jan

Another spell of mild to moderate cold wave is likely

Volcano explodes in Papua New Guinea island

About 1,500 people are being evacuated from an island off the northern coast of Papua

Warming will put millions more at flood risk

Unless countries urgently boost their flood defences, millions more people will be at risk

Disasters cost US $306bn in 2017

Weather and climate-related disasters cost the United States a record $306 billion in 2017, the

2017 was 2nd hottest year on record

Last year was the second hottest worldwide on record, just behind a sweltering 2016, with

CO2 level hits record high in 2016: UN

The amount of carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere grew at record rate in 2016

World's deepest Lake Baikal dying mysteriously

Lake Baikal, the world's deepest lake is undergoing

Toronto under 'heat warning' as weather freak continues

Toronto has been put under a 'heat warning' on the first day of the

Nepal will check if Mount Everest lost height

Nepal will measure Mount Everest afresh to settle a controversy over height of the

Tigers to roar again in Kazakhstan after 70 years

After wild tigers became extinct in Kazakhstan 70 years

Airlines flies more than 60 animals to shelters after Hurricane Harvey

A San Diego-bound flight, Southwest Airlines, flew more than

Hector's dolphin population witnesses 80 pc decline in New Zealand

Dolphins have always been counted among some of the

'Bigger and stronger' storms on the horizon: experts

Scientists say the devastating intensity of hurricanes such as Harvey

Ultra-thin carbon nanotubes could be answer to global water crisis

Environmental scientists have been concerned with regard to drying

Climate change may shrink fish size by 30 percent

A new study has claimed that the size of

Rare species of endangered butterfly spotted after 133 years

A rare species of butterfly, which has suffered a

Melbourne most liveable city; Karachi, Dhaka among the least

Melbourne is the most livable city in the world, followed by Austrian capital, Vienna and Canada's Vancouver in the second

Freak of nature brings in heavier rains: Experts

Bangladesh has been experiencing excessive rainfall since the pre-monsoon period this time due to westerly disturbance and persisting active monsoon

Largest volcanic region on Earth discovered under Antarctica

Scientists have uncovered the largest volcanic region on Earth

Palm oil blobs cover Hong Kong beaches after sea crash

Cleanup efforts are underway in Hong Kong after white blobs of congealed

350 million in Europe at risk of extreme weather

Two out of three people living in Europe will be affected by

Warming to boost deadly humidity levels across South Asia

Millions of people living in South Asia face a deadly threat from

Pollination threatened by artificial light

Researchers have discovered a new global threat to pollination - artificial light

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