Articles by Climate Change/ Global Warming

Howdy America: PM Modi Has Lot To Do In US Than Counter Pakistan On Kashmir

A Gandhi conference, the UN General Assembly, a climate summit, an investors' meet and a gushing NRI welcome -- Narendra Modi has a lot to do in the US than just counter Pakistan on Kashmir

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Malnourishment Has Risen By 45% In The last Seven Years

Climate change will increase the frequency, duration and severity of droughts in many parts of the world, including India, hampering agriculture and pushing more people into the downward spiral of malnutrition.

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Diversity Is The Challenge

Nutrition security for all demands equity as the cornerstone of development

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Why I Made My First Colouring Book For Adults On Edible Weeds

Our ability to recognise, know, and utilise naturally-growing weedy, mostly herbaceous plants might be critical to help us adapt to climate change, eat healthy, and local. What’s better than spreading the word through the relaxing format of a colouring book, that allows each user to learn at their pace?

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The Slow Violence Of Climate Change Goes Unreported: Amitav Ghosh

After his acclaimed Ibis trilogy, author Amitav Ghosh returns with his new book The Gun Island, a powerful tale of migration and a world that is constantly changing. Read excerpts from his interview.

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‘Things Will Change So Fast, It’ll Be Beyond Your Imagination’

Union Minister for road transport and highways, shipping and water resources, Nitin Gadkari talks about renewable energy, electric cars and waterway mobility.

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A Sunny Electric Dream

As technologies to tap the sun and store its energy become more efficient, we are already on our way to an ­incredibly ­energy-affluent world. And chances are we might arrive there before ­development driven by fossil fuels brings on a ­c­limate-change apocalypse.

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Donald, World’s Biggest Chump

With rudeness, low cunning and barefaced dishonesty, Trump plays to an idiot’s gallery where climate change, or terror, are just board games

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‘Trump Relishes Making Deals And Bargains’

Former foreign secretary Shyam Sara on India-US ties and how they have impacted New Delhi’s relations with other countries

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