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RHI Magnesita Discloses Carbon Emission Footprints For 2 Lakh Products

RHI Magnesita Discloses Carbon Emission Footprints For 2 Lakh Products

The company claims to be the first one in the refractory industry to declare carbon footprints for all its products

21 June 2022
Painting The Walls Before They Collapse

Painting The Walls Before They Collapse

They utter something as one and in chorus. I tell them, I don't want to be late for my lecture on the importance of being dishonest about climate change.

18 June 2022

Hindustan Zinc Continues to Set the Bar High for the Pursuit of Zero Emissions

Hindustan Zinc is acutely aware of the impact climate change has on the planet. Taking the same into consideration, the company has taken several initiatives...

Why Raging Fires Are Creating Havoc In Himachal Pradesh Forests?

Why Raging Fires Are Creating Havoc In Himachal Pradesh Forests?

Major fire broke out on Monday in the pine forests of Kharara ghat along Shimla–Mandi National highway, engulfing a dense forest within a few minutes and...

08 June 2022

The Green Corridors: Can Goa's Khazans Mitigate The Effects Of Climate Change?

As Goa faces climate change threats from rising sea levels and extreme tidal events, its age-old khazans could come to the rescue

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17 June 2022
Goa's Battle Against The Ills Of Global Warming And Indiscrete Concretisation

Goa's Battle Against The Ills Of Global Warming And Indiscrete Concretisation

By 2050, sea level rise is expected to inundate 40 per cent of Goa’s low-lying areas, ravaging the state’s popular beaches by draining the sand along its...


07 June 2022
India Ranks Lowest Among 180 Countries In Environmental Performance Index

India Ranks Lowest Among 180 Countries In Environmental Performance Index

India's low rank has been attributed to its dangerous air quality and rapidly rising greenhouse gas emissions


07 June 2022
New Panels Want To Talk Ethics, Rules Of Climate Tinkering

New Panels Want To Talk Ethics, Rules Of Climate Tinkering

The newly formed Climate Overshoot Commission will devise a governance strategy to pull carbon dioxide out of the air


06 June 2022
Coal India Aims Green Mining Options: Chairman

Coal India Aims Green Mining Options: Chairman

Concerned about climate change, CIL intends to increase production from its underground mines, which are favourable for cleaner ecosystem, through...


09 June 2022
Kalahari Desert’s Hornbill Breeding Are On The Brink Of Extinction By 2027

Kalahari Desert’s Hornbill Breeding Are On The Brink Of Extinction By 2027

Due to the ill effects of global warming, places where hornbills are residing are getting warmer and thus, making it a bit difficult to breed


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28 May 2022
India's Net-Zero Goal Struggles For Lack Of Qualified Climate Change Experts

India's Net-Zero Goal Struggles For Lack Of Qualified Climate Change Experts

The imminent threat of climate change and the race towards net-zero targets have accelerated the demand for trained hands in the sustainability sector but...


26 May 2022
The Perils Of Climate Change: Cherry Blossoms Are Blooming Earlier In Japan

The Perils Of Climate Change: Cherry Blossoms Are Blooming Earlier In Japan

Kyoto saw the sakura plants bloom on April 1st this year. But blooming cherry blossoms aren't the only warning bells of climate change


24 May 2022
Heat Waves Are Likely To Increase By 30 Times: New Study

Heat Waves Are Likely To Increase By 30 Times: New Study

Intense heat waves translate into excess deaths, hospitalisations, lost wages, missed school days, and diminished working hours and low wheat production


23 May 2022
Noida: Rains Bring Respite From Heat But Leave Trees Uprooted, Power Disrupted

Noida: Rains Bring Respite From Heat But Leave Trees Uprooted, Power Disrupted

Power outages were also witnessed in certain parts of the twin cities in the wake of the rains, even as road traffic movement got affected during peak office...


22 May 2022
Global Warming Needs To Be Urgently Brought Under Control: Union Environment Minister

Global Warming Needs To Be Urgently Brought Under Control: Union Environment Minister

Approximately 40 per cent of the world's economy is based on biological products and any effort at conserving biodiversity would be able to succeed only by...


19 May 2022
In 2021, Ozone Layer Hole Gets Bigger, Climate Change Reaches New Extremes: WMO Report

In 2021, Ozone Layer Hole Gets Bigger, Climate Change Reaches New Extremes: WMO Report

The bleak findings of the recently released State of the Global Climate in 2021 report calls for exigent climate change mitigations


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17 May 2022
Hot Weather Conditions Persist In Haryana, Punjab; Gurugram Sizzles At 44.5 Degrees Celsius

Hot Weather Conditions Persist In Haryana, Punjab; Gurugram Sizzles At 44.5 Degrees Celsius

Among other places in Haryana, Hisar recorded a maximum temperature of 43.4 degrees Celsius, Sirsa 43.6 degrees Celsius, Rohtak 43.1 degrees Celsius and...


17 May 2022
‘The Day After Tomorrow’ To ‘Don’t Look Up’ – Films That Show The Terrors Of Climate Change

‘The Day After Tomorrow’ To ‘Don’t Look Up’ – Films That Show The Terrors Of Climate Change

Climate change has been a topic that people all over the world have been talking about for years. Here are a few films that showcase climate change across the...


15 May 2022
UP's Banda Breaks 28-Yr-Old Temperature Record; Reels Under 49 Degree Celsius

UP's Banda Breaks 28-Yr-Old Temperature Record; Reels Under 49 Degree Celsius

As per the India Meteorological Department data, this was the highest-ever temperature recorded in Banda in May. The previous maximum temperature in the...


15 May 2022
Climate crisis will lead to 'massive socio-political disruptions,' says renowned writer Amitav Ghosh

Climate crisis will lead to 'massive socio-political disruptions,' says renowned writer Amitav Ghosh

Heatwave Horror | How will the #heatwave impact India? Read all the stories of the current issue here: https://www.outlookindia.com/magazine


13 May 2022
How Volcanic Eruptions In Australia Added To World’s Worst Climate Catastrophe

How Volcanic Eruptions In Australia Added To World’s Worst Climate Catastrophe

Super eruptions in Australian volcanos around 252-56 million years ago led to catastrophe that killed 85% of all species at the time.


12 May 2022
Explained: How Climate Change Can Fuel The Next Pandemic

Explained: How Climate Change Can Fuel The Next Pandemic

A recent study found that habitats of 3,139 species would shift because of climate change, driving spillover events 4,000 times.


20 May 2022
The Ides Of March: Heatwave Strikes

The Ides Of March: Heatwave Strikes

The warning signs are flashing for all to see. But no one is bothered. Not the people, nor the polity.


20 May 2022
Fire In The Hill! What’s Burning In Himachal Pradesh?

Fire In The Hill! What’s Burning In Himachal Pradesh?

Forget escaping to Shimla or Manali in summers. The heatwave has hit Himachal Pradesh with extreme weather events and water scarcity


25 May 2022
Belly Of The Beast: How Climate Change Is Affecting India’s Farmers

Belly Of The Beast: How Climate Change Is Affecting India’s Farmers

Farmers are waking up to the threat of extreme heatwaves across India. Are our policymakers listening?


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