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WASHINGTON, Oct 8: Preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a life-or-death difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people and ecosystems on this fast-warming planet, an international panel of scientists reported Sunday. But they provide little hope the world will rise to the challenge.

Responsibility of the rich

October 7, 2018 02:00 am

The West exalted its economy through “all means possible” approach during the industrial revolution. They need to clean up the mess they created in the process

South Korea will become the meeting point for representatives from 195 countries who will meet this week to agree on a plan of action

KATHMANDU, Oct 2:  "Education that cultivates culture of peace and tolerance while inspiring innovation and invention is the answer to the dilemmas that the world faces today," Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said in his address at the UN University for Peace in San Jose, Costa Rica.

To have at least a 50/50 chance of a 1.5C world, the global economy must, by 2050, become "carbon neutral," with no additional CO2 going into the atmosphere.

Sept 30: The world's nations will gather at a UN conference in South Korea on Monday to review and approve a 20-page bombshell -- distilled from more than 6,000 scientific studies -- laying out narrowing options for staving off climate catastrophe.

NEW YORK, Sept 28: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli addressed the 73rd UN General Assembly in New York. PM Oli stressed Nepal's suppport on control of global terrorism, climate change issues, Nepal's foreign policy, and informed the current govenment's status.

BERLIN, Sept 24: With global temperatures rising, superstorms taking their deadly toll and a year-end deadline to firm up the Paris climate deal, leaders at this year’s U.N. General Assembly are feeling a sense of urgency to keep up the momentum on combating climate change.

NEW DELHI, Sept 24: Climate change is an issue that needs the whole world to come together on. There have been several protocols and agreements made on this issue.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 NASA's Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite-2, or ICESat-2, lifted off at 9:02 a.m. EDT (6:02 a.m. PDT) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California of the United States.

ISLAMABAD, Sept 14: The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Nepal, has offered technical and professional backstopping to the Ministry of Climate Change (MOCC) for better climate change adaptation, particularly with reference to the mountainous region of Pakistan.

UNITED STATES, Sept 14: Zero fossil fuel energy, zero gas-guzzlers on the road, zero waste, zero CO2 emissions -- dozens of cities, regions and companies made "zero" pledges Thursday at a global climate summit in San Francisco.

PINEDALE, Sept 11: Hotter, drier conditions have led to more severe wildfires in Yellowstone National Park, while growing numbers of visitors have harmed everything from prized hydrothermal features to its famed grizzly bears, the park said in a report on Monday.

SYDNEY, Sept 7: Pacific island nations declared climate change to be their “single greatest threat”, urging Washington to return to the Paris Agreement on climate, just as Western powers seek to check China’s rising influence in the region.

Global Warming

September 6, 2018 09:23 am

Everyone is well aware of the threats of climate change. It is a serious issue continuously increasing because of the global increase in the temperature of the earth because of our daily activities, or global warming. The industrial revolution throughout the world is responsible for the global rise in temperature. Various activities heat up the earth which ultimately rises its temperature.

TOKYO, Sept 4: The strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years made landfall Tuesday, killing two and injuring dozens, as it battered the west of the country with violent winds and heavy rainfall.

BANGKOK, Sept 2: As Bangkok prepares to host climate-change talks, the sprawling city of more than 10 million is itself under siege from the environment, with dire forecasts warning it could be partially submerged in just over a decade.

SAMOA, Aug 31: Samoa's Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has hit out at climate change skeptics and says developed countries need to reduce pollution to save Pacific island countries from disaster.

Study finds lost revenue can be millions of dollars annually, suggests ways to quantify haze-related reductions in solar panel output.