Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.

Climate Change

Mumbai | Feb 16, 2022
The land is sinking under your feet!

Land subsidence in Delhi NCR region is increasing at alarming rates

General, Science, Technology, Health, Society, Deep-dive
Mumbai | Oct 9, 2020
How do Indian farmers adapt to climate change amid socio-economic hurdles?

Scientists survey rural areas of Maharashtra for the most suitable agricultural strategies in the face of climate change

General, Science, Society, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Oct 1, 2020
Decolonising climate change: The developed world is responsible for our planet’s climate crisis

A new study puts the focus of the conversation on Climate Change on Climate Justice.

General, Science, Ecology, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Oct 1, 2020
Warming climate is changing the alpine vegetation of the lofty Himalayas

Study finds plants, which were earlier found in lower elevations, are now replacing the native vegetation of the higher altitudes.  

General, Science, Ecology, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Sep 25, 2020
Snow meltdown in the Himalayas is causing sparkling algal blooms in the Arabian Sea

Noctiluca blooms in the Arabian Sea, as seen from space. [Image Credits: Norman Kuring/NASA]

General, Science, Ecology, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Aug 21, 2020
Climate change is driving apple orchards higher up in the Himalayas, and geoengineering could be a stopgap

Why are apple orchards moving higher up in the Himalayas? This shift is a result of the not-so-cold-anymore winters, says a recent study. 

General, Science, Ecology, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Mar 17, 2020
A nuclear war between India and Pakistan could threaten global food security

Research shows a regional nuclear conflict could affect global crop yields and food supply

General, Science, Health, Policy, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Feb 27, 2020
In climate-sensitive South Asia, migration could be the answer to survival

Researchers investigate what factors drive migration in South Asia and its benefits in adapting to climate change.

General, Science, Society, Policy, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Dec 6, 2019
When sea corals act as climate archives

The Indian monsoon, which sees much variability, has been crucial to the country's economy. It affects 42% of employed individuals in the country — farmers and those working in the agricultural sector. At times, a 'normal' monsoon brings enough rain to keep everyone happy, but sometimes, there is either a deluge or a drought. With recent meteorological advances, these variations can be predicted and recorded. But, how do we go back hundreds of years in time to understand the historical variability in Indian monsoon? Corals in the Red Sea may have answers, says a study by American researchers.

General, Science, Ecology, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Nov 22, 2019
Trading in virtual water: Time to rethink India’s exports?

In a recent study, researchers from Anna University, Chennai, quantified the volume of virtual water trade in India. The study, published in the journal Groundwater for Sustainable Development, focussed on the trade exchange of popular crop and livestock products during the years 2006–2016.

General, Science, Technology, Engineering, Ecology, Policy, Deep-dive
Subscribe to Climate Change