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Tackle climate change before too late: UN chief

Over 1,000 participants gather in Abu Dhabi to chart new routes for reducing GHG emissions

India faces below normal monsoon under El Nino effect

Farm output, economic growth to bear the brunt; average rainfall likely to be around 88 percent

Heavy snowfall hits search operations on Mt. Everest

The situation is not good since Saturday evening as the world's highest peak is witnessing

Over 16 percent of Chinese soil is polluted

The main pollution source is human industrial and agricultural activities

Greenpeace slams Amazon, Twitter on clean energy front

Apple, Facebook, Google get applause for committing to power their data centres with renewable energy

Warming climate may spread drought to a third of earth

Rainfall changes alone could bring drought to 12 percent of land by 2100, says a study

India to observe Earth Hour Saturday

Lights across the country will be switched off from 8.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. to mark

Bihar developing India's biggest grassland for tigers

800 hectares land in Valmiki Tiger Reserve to be developed as a safe zone for tigers and deers

Climate change can lead to water stress: UN chief

Ban said that all efforts to provide universal access to water and energy would be undermined

'Industry needs to step up to conserve water'

There will be increased pressure on industry to conserve water as the country could be

Tata Group headquarters Bombay House gets 'green rating'

Built in 1923, it is located in the commercial capital city Mumbai

Washington paralysed as massive winter storm hits America

President Barack Obama declared an emergency for all counties in South Carolina

Srinagar-Jammu highway closed, more rain and snow forecast

Srinagar-Jammu highway was closed Monday afternoon following snowfall and slippery road

Nalco commissions wind power project in Rajasthan

This is the second green initiative of India's third largest aluminium maker

Cold wave continues in Kashmir, no respite soon

The minimum temperatures remained several notches below the freezing point in the valley

Extreme weather grounds over 1,800 flights at Chicago airports

Equipment used to fuel the planes freeze as mercury plummets to minus 26.7 degrees C

Set up environment regulator: Apex court to Centre

Permission under the Forest Act will rest with the ministry of environment and forests

Some respite from cold wave expected in Kashmir

At minus 12.4 degrees Celsius, Pahalgam hill station was the coldest town in

Census of Great Indian Bustard in Gujarat soon

Around 50 members of this endangered species were spotted in Kutch district

Bitterly cold North braces for New Year with snow, rain

The New Year's Eve turned out to be wet and cold for people across most of north India


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