IMD gives heatwave alerts for Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat

Not much before the northern part of the sub-continent was having cold-wave-like conditions. February, a cold month, has already seen some places touching the 40 degrees Celsius mark. Delhi, the capital city, recorded 31 degrees Celsius on Tuesday which was above normal. It was this city’s third highest temperature recorded since 1969. “This time February has seen abnormal temperatures. The … Read more

The City is Sinking: Joshimath Crisis

According to the National Remote Sensing Centre of the Indian space research organization (ISRO), Uttarakhand’s Joshimath saw a rapid subsidence of almost 5.4cm in 12 days. According to the report, the land subsidence was slow between April and November 2022, during which Joshimath had sunk by 8.9cm. But between December 27, 2022, and January 8, 2023, the intensity of land … Read more

Analyzing climate change in ecosystem 

Climate changes are long term unsolved concerns, which are making changes in the eco system. It includes natural, change in temperature and volcanic eruption, not only environment response for climate changes but we human beings are more responsible. Burning fossil fuels are one of the high damage causing emissions which leads to climate change.    Source:burnaby now Causes of climate change … Read more

Heat wave in India

According to the IMD, February was the warmest month in 50 years and that the months of March through May would be similarly warm. This year, India as a whole experienced its highest February average maximum temperature since 1971. Despite the fact that the country as a whole experienced an average maximum temperature of 29.54 degrees Celsius, central India saw … Read more

Area 51 : Among The Secrets Of America

Area 51 is a highly classified United States Air Force facility located in the Nevada Test and Training Range. It has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories and speculations due to its secretive nature and the lack of official information about its activities. The facility is officially known as the Nevada Test and Training Range or the Groom Lake … Read more

How to incorporate good skin care during summers

Introduction: As we know scorching summer is here,from cleaning the house, rearranging the wardrobes,dying from dehydration all we forget to give importance to our skin care. All that our skin needs is good hydration. Hence,the summers are super drying. Our skin requires Healthy skin care suitable for summers. We use thickest skin care during winter,but lighter skincare is enough for … Read more

New Zealand issues a national emergency declaration due to Cyclone Gabrielle

New Zealand has proclaimed a national emergency for just the third time in its history. It happens as Cyclone Gabrielle wreaks havoc on North Island with massive ocean surges, flooding, and landslides. Tuesday, when Cyclone Gabrielle brought extensive floods, landslides, and enormous ocean surges, forcing evacuations and trapping people on rooftops, New Zealand issued a national emergency for the third … Read more

From Tuesday through Friday, the Delhi government decides to forbid the usage of 4-wheelers propelled by BS-III gasoline and BS-IV diesel

Delhi’s air quality on Monday reached a “severe” level as a result of the unfavorable weather. All NCR states are therefore required by the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) to enforce anti-pollution measures vigorously. The Delhi government has decided to ban the use of 4-wheelers equipped with BS-III gasoline and BS-IV diesel from Tuesday through Friday.

India becomes more active in the fight against global warming

Overwhelming evidence shows that climate change presents growing threats to public health security – from extreme weather-related disasters to the wider spread of such vector-borne diseases as malaria and dengue.  The impacts of climate on human health will not be evenly distributed around the world. The Third Assessment Report (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change-2001) concluded that vulnerability to climate change … Read more

According to a recent study, even if strong climate targets are met, up to half of the world’s glaciers may vanish

The Matanuska Glacier is located about 100 miles northeast of Anchorage, close to Palmer. It is thinning off like many glaciers in Alaska. According to a recent analysis, glaciers are expected to lose a lot more ice and contribute more to sea level rise than current scientific projections indicate. Even if the world’s ambitious global climate targets are met, researchers … Read more

Marine plastic pollution is on high alert. 

Marine plastic pollution has become a major concern for several agencies. It could rise up to 2.6 fold by the year 2040 if it is left unchecked as the plastic entering world oceans has surged in an alarming situation since 2005.  According to research, published by 5 Gyres Institute, a U.S. organization that campaigns to reduce plastic estimated that 171 … Read more

Climate change effects to be part of med school curriculum

NCDC is specifically trying to focus on the effects of rising heat and damaging air quality. The institute is working with various medical councils to present the impact of climate change to medical training.                 Source: WHO The study of climate change and its effects on human health is soon to be in the books of medical students. The endeavor by … Read more

Joshimath: A sinking City

The ‘sinking city’ of Joshimath, Uttarakhand, is on the brink of disaster as hundreds of buildings crack. Most visible is the extent of damage to the Jaypee Power Station, currently the most dangerous building in the city. People were barred from the campus because Jaypee’s condominium was destroyed.

Iran – Arab Disputes

The Iran-Arab dispute refers to the ongoing tensions and conflicts between Iran and various Arab states, particularly those in the Persian Gulf region. The roots of the dispute are complex and multi-faceted, but they largely stem from historical, religious, and geopolitical differences between Iran and Arab states. One major source of tension is Iran’s Shiite Muslim identity, which is at … Read more

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage in India-UK (CCUS)

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and India’s Department of Science and Technology (DST) are collaborating to identify emergent research priorities in the field of CCUS and to determine key areas of mutual interest for possible India-UK collaboration. To aid in the creation of these priorities, a report has been commissioned. This study gives an overview of CCUS development and implementation … Read more

Mild Earthquake of magnitude 4.3 hits Yuksom in Sikkim

An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.3 on the Richter scale struck the Sikkim town of Yuksom early Monday morning, according to the National Center for Seismology. The earthquake occurred around 4.15 a.m. at a depth of 10 km, and the epicentre was 70 km north-west of Yuksom. “Earthquake of Magnitude:4.3, Occurred on 13-02-2023, 04:15:04 IST, Lat: 27.81 & Long: … Read more

EV vs Hydrogen: Dilemma for a Sustainable Future

With both electric vehicles (EVs) and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) vying for dominance, the article explores the pros and cons of each option and the potential impact on the environment and the economy. The article concludes with a call for a more holistic approach that considers both technology and infrastructure development, as well as consumer behavior, in the quest … Read more