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environment

Butterfly Parks to turn 'eco-monitors' in Kerala

A string of butterfly parks, providing natural habitat for beautiful flying insects that is getting endangered, will soon play as ‘eco-monitors...

Winter across India to be colder than last year: IMD

Winter this year is likely to be colder than last year but warmer than normal across the country, particularly in the northern region, the India Mete...

Violators refusing fine to pay additional cost: NGT

Any person refusing to pay environment compensation for causing air pollution would be slapped with an additional fine and served notice to appear be...

Kerala's 26% water sources polluted: Study

Amid the state government’s efforts to rejuvenate and reclaim water sources, a study has come up with a startling finding that 26.90 per cent o...

29% deficiency in monsoon rainfall in Kerala

With 29.1 per cent deficiency in rainfall during the current monsoon in Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told the assembly that the government...

Largest volcanic region on Earth discovered under Antarctica

Scientists have uncovered the largest volcanic region on Earth – consisting of almost 100 volcanoes – two kilometres below the surface of the vast An...

U.S isolated as India, other G20 members back Paris climate pact

India joined 18 other G20 members to strongly support the fight against global warming by terming the Paris climate deal as ‘irreversible’...

Monsoon may hit Kerala before May 30: IMD

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted the onset of the monsoon in Kerala on May 30 this year, but the seasonal rainfall may arrive ...

Southwest Monsoon will be 'normal' this year: IMD

The Southwest Monsoon will be ‘normal’ this year, a news which will augur well for the farming community and the economy. India Meteorolo...

World moving towards green economy: United Nations

Highlighting India’s growing solar capacity, UN chief Antonio Guterres has said the world is moving towards a green economy at a time when R...

Global climate goals within 'feasible' reach: Survey

Led by cuts in coal-based power plants and thrust on renewable energy by India and China, the construction of such plants globally has witnessed a de...

January 2017 third warmest on record: NASA

Last month was the third warmest January in 137 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by NASA scient...

Water level in dams depletes as drought advances in Kerala

With the drought situation advancing, water level in all major dams in Kerala has depleted to an alarming level causing concern among authorities. Wa...

2016 was hottest year ever recorded: UN weather agency

The world witnessed the hottest year on record in 2016, surpassing the exceptionally high temperatures of 2015, according to the UN weather agency, h...

UN meet calls for combating climate change on urgent priority

Nearly 200 countries called for “highest political commitment” to combat climate change on “urgent priority” at a UN gatherin...

Northeast monsoon brings rainfall to Kerala

With Northeast monsoon becoming active over Kerala, most places in the state received rains on Monday. Punalur in Kollam district which received a ra...

Govt approves ratification of Paris climate agreement

Paving the way for bringing the historic Paris agreement into force, the government today approved its ratification which will be formalised on Octob...

2016 on track to be hottest year ever: U.N

Global temperatures for the first six months of this year have shattered previous records, setting 2016 on track to be the hottest year ever, the U.N...

Southwest monsoon hits Kerala, says IMD

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday said that the much-awaited Southwest monsoon has hit the Kerala coast. IMD added that the sout...

40 million Indians at risk from rising sea levels: U.N report

Nearly 40 million Indians will be at risk from rising sea levels by 2050, with people in Mumbai and Kolkata having the maximum exposure to coastal fl...