The release site for the frogs and tadpoles provides suitable habitat and extends the known range of the species.

02-01-2012 Population of endangered Sunset frog has been shifted to the wild as they now are on the verge of extinction due to climate change.   more...

 
 

29-12-2011 Millions of people in South Asia are vulnerable to the threatening impacts posed by climate change, warn environmentalists and development agencies.  more...

 
 

19-12-2011 Trees throughout the Africa's Sahel region are dying owing to the severe impacts of climate change, reports a study.  more...

 
 

Satellite data shows increasing aerosols over India.

17-12-2011 Aerosols — particles or droplets suspended in the air that impact climate by scattering or absorbing the sun’s radiation — are increasing across India, new research shows.  more...

 
 

A yellow frog (Hyla punctata) in the Colombian Amazon, one of the tropical areas where amphibians are most at risk.

21-11-2011 Researchers warn that tropical regions of richest diversity are at high risk of losing amphibians mainly due to climate change.  more...

 
 

10-11-2011 Hariyo Ban will reduce the adverse impacts of climate change and threats to biodiversity in Nepal, a five-year programme was launched in Kathmandu.  more...

 
 

08-11-2011 Global carbon emissions last year exceeded worst-case scenario predictions from just four years before, according to the US Department of Energy (DOE).  more...

 
 

04-11-2011 According to the survey conducted by Wildlife Institute of India, 70 to 80 percent of fresh water marshes and lakes in the gangetic flood plains have been lost during the last 50 years. As a matter of fact, during the last century, 50 percent of India’s wetlands have been lost.  more...

 
 

02-11-2011 Environment minister Jayanthi Natarajan notched a victory at the BASIC talks in Beijing with China and other countries, cutting across groups strongly backing India's demand for center-staging discussions on equity, IPR and trade in UN climate change negotiations.  more...

 
 

29-08-2011 The onset of summer at the South Pole has triggered the annual cycle of ozone depletion over the Antarctic, creating what is commonly known as the 'Ozone hole'.  more...

 
 

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