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India: on the frontline of climate...

India bearing the brunt of climate...

South-East Asia

Sun, Jul 25 2021

Two cyclones, a deadly glacier collapse in the Himalayas, a sweltering heatwave and killer floods has...

From China to Germany, floods expose...

From China to Germany, floods expose...

World

Sat, Jul 24 2021

At least 56 people in the central Chinese province of Henan died so far

Philippines evacuates thousands as monsoon...

Monsoon rains in Philippines flood cities,...

South-East Asia

Sat, Jul 24 2021

Harsh weather has hit several parts of the world in recent weeks, bringing floods to China, India and...

ICCB seeks climate change mitigation,...

ICCB seeks climate change mitigation,...

Business

Mon, Jul 19 2021

According to Climate Action Tracker, the sum of all the targets submitted so far would limit global warming...

EU enters battle over its green...

EU enters battle over its green...

Europe

Wed, Jul 14 2021

The battle unfolded over the organization’s bold pledge of net-zero emissions by 2050

Wildfires rage across million acres...

Heatwave stifles western US,

North America

Tue, Jul 13 2021

Last month was the hottest June on record in North America, according to data released by the EU's...

India's poor can't afford to beat the...

India's poor can't afford to beat the...

South Asia

Sat, Jul 10 2021

Only a lucky few have air conditioning

The unseen impact of climate

The unseen impact of climate

Avenue T

Fri, Jul 9 2021

Let’s talk about mental health for a bit

Study: Heatwave in Pacific Northwest...

Heatwave in Pacific Northwest could...

North America

Thu, Jul 8 2021

Canada thrice broke its national temperature record, peaking on June 29 at 49.6°C -- a full 4.6°C...

Coastal cities face their mortality...

Coastal cities face their mortality...

World

Thu, Jul 1 2021

In some places, people already know all too well the destructive power of water

OP-ED: The Earth is burning

OP-ED: The Earth is burning

The Conversation UK

Tue, Jun 29 2021

There are currently no grounds for optimism that we will meet the 1.5°C target by 2050

EU countries approve landmark climate...

EU countries approve landmark climate...

Europe

Mon, Jun 28 2021

The law aims to reduce net EU emissions by 55% by 2030, from 1990 levels, and eliminate them by

Everything Change: Atwood reflects on...

Everything Change: Atwood reflects on...

Arts & Letters

Wed, Jun 23 2021

The two-time Booker-winning author talks with Sadaf Saaz about her work and activism

Hunger, drought, disease: UN climate...

Hunger, drought, disease: UN climate...

World

Wed, Jun 23 2021

A forthcoming report by the IPCC, offers a distressing vision of the decades to come: Malnutrition, water...

Unesco: Great Barrier Reef should be...

Unesco: Great Barrier Reef should be...

Oceania

Tue, Jun 22 2021

Australia called the recommendation politically motivated

UN climate talks wrap up after meagre...

UN climate talks wrap up after meagre...

Climate Change

Thu, Jun 17 2021

The discussions were the first under the UN's watch since December 2019 and come amid growing public...

OP-ED: What G7 leaders could have said,...

OP-ED: What G7 leaders could have said,...

The Conversation UK

Thu, Jun 17 2021

The world’s richest countries once again failed to agree to fund poorer countries in the climate...

G7 leaders outline pandemic pact, target...

G7 leaders outline pandemic pact

Europe

Sat, Jun 12 2021

The leaders adopted an global infrastructure plan to counter China’s Belt and Road Initiative

OP-ED: The environment is also a...

OP-ED: Environment also a casualty

Arafat Ibnul Bashar

Fri, Jun 11 2021

How war and conflict can destroy the planet’s eco-system

Everything Change: Addressing the climate...

Everything Change: Addressing the climate...

Arts & Letters

Thu, Jun 10 2021

Over ten days, writers, artists, academics, scientists, and activists will exchange ideas in panel discussions...

‘Everything Change is a global crisis,...

‘Everything Change is a global crisis,...

Arts & Letters

Thu, Jun 10 2021

In this interview, Dhaka Lit Fest Director Sadaf Saaz sheds light on the 10-day virtual event as well...