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2012-12-02 12:50:00 World leaders gathered in Durban on Nov 28 to kick off the 17th Conference Of Parties climate change talks with a focus on ways to curb ever-rising global carbon emissions and seek a new commitment to the Kyoto Protocol.  more...

Tags : UNFCCC/Kyoto , Africa

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

2012-01-02 15:43:47 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...

Tags : Biodiversity , Adaptation , Impacts

2012-12-15 01:00:00 Rice farmers in flood-prone Bangladesh are finding solution to their climate problems by breeding crabs in their waterlogged fields thereby boosting their incomes.  more...

Tags : Adaptation , Communication and Advocacy, Bangladesh

2013-10-01 13:31:34 New scientific evidence demonstrates that a potent chemical mechanism operating in the roots of a tropical grass used for livestock feed has enormous potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  more...

Tags : English, Agriculture , Grazing and Pasture Management , Livestock , Africa

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...
 
 
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