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Air quality again deteriorates in Indian capital city By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 22nd November, 2017, 09:04

Delhi is considered one of the most polluted cities in the world

Air quality again deteriorates in Indian capital city

Global warming to make US thunderstorms larger, more frequent Global warming to make US thunderstorms larger, more frequent

The US in recent years has experienced prolonged drenchings that have doused Nashville in 2010, West Virginia & Louisiana in 2016 & Houston this year


Delhi half marathon goes ahead despite smog, health warnings Delhi half marathon goes ahead despite smog, health warnings

Around 35,000 people registered for the race in the Indian city after more than a week of hazardous pollution levels that forced schools shut


New catalyst developed to recycle main causes of climate change: CO2, CH4 New catalyst developed to recycle main causes of climate change: CO2, CH4

CO2 and CH4 transformed into a synthesis gas that can be used to produce fuels and a range of valuable chemicals


Jahangirnagar University campus abuzz with migratory birds   JU campus abuzz with migratory birds

The JU lakes have taken a blissful look with big and colorful water lilies and different species of migratory birds


Climate change is going from bad to worse, says study Climate change is going from bad to worse, says study

According to experts Earth's average surface temperature last year was a record 1.1 degree Celsius above preindustrial era


World leaders plead for climate action at UN forum World leaders plead for climate action at UN forum

This week, Syria became the 196th country to formally adopt the pact, leaving America as the only nation in the UN climate convention to reject it


Climate change pushing Earth toward risky 'tipping points': report Climate change pushing Earth toward risky 'tipping points': report

Scientists say that threshold is higher and climate change is here. It is dangerous and it is about to get much worse


Rescuers save six beached sperm whales in Indonesia Six beached sperm whales saved

WWF Indonesia say 10 whales are stranded on Monday, seven of whom are returned to the water thanks to the efforts of the navy and locals


Unloved vultures fight for their survival in Pakistan Unloved vultures fight for their survival in Pakistan

Diclofenac is used as a painkiller by livestock breeders in Pakistan


Global 2% rise in CO2 'giant leap backwards for humankind' Global 2% rise in CO2 'giant leap backwards for humankind'

Earth is overheating due to the burning of oil, gas and especially coal to power the global economy. Deforestation also plays a critical role


Delhi smog shortening lives, say doctors as hospitals fill up Delhi smog shortening lives, say doctors as hospitals fill up

Delhi is now the world's most polluted capital according to a World Health Organization survey conducted in 2014


US to fall short of Paris climate targets US to fall short of Paris climate targets

Twenty US states, 110 cities, and over 1,400 businesses with US operations have adopted quantified emissions reduction targets


Climate target too low and progress too slow: top scientist Climate target too low and progress too slow: Expert

Inked in the French capital in 2015, the Paris Agreement calls for capping global warming at two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit)


Developing world says rich nations shirking on climate Developing world says rich nations shirking on climate

The diplomatic spat has underscored the difficulty of reaching a consensus at the 196-nation talks


Syria to join Paris climate pact, isolating US Syria to join Paris climate pact, isolating US

Signed in the French capital in December 2015, the treaty entered into force on November 4, 2016

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