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    Pakistan Flooding Shows ‘Adapting’ to Climate Change Can Be a Dangerous Illusion

    The recent events in Pakistan illustrate the shortcomings of an adaptation strategy in the face of widespread devastation. Any notion of “adapting” to these...

    Putting Water on the Agenda at Egypt’s COP27

    Water looks set to be the key theme at COP27 as host country Egypt, ‘motivated to push for action’ plans to launch a water...

    Century’s First “Triple-Dip” La Niña Likely Say Meteorologists

    All naturally occurring climate events now take place in the context of human-induced climate change, which is increasing global temperatures, exacerbating extreme weather and...

    Saving Soils by All Earthly Ways Possible

    The Global Soil Partnership is leading the mission for better soil management and raised awareness of soil-related issues. Soils are now high on the...

    In Nepal, Farmers Are Cutting Paddy to Feed Their Cattle

    Nepal’s Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DHM) on Wednesday announced that most parts of the country have thus far received below-average rains during this...

    140 Aid Workers Died in 2021, says OCHA

    According to data from the non-governmental organization Humanitarian Outcomes, more than 140 aid workers were killed in the line of duty last year – the highest number...

    Women’s Lives Get Harder in Bundelkhand as Water Scarcity Grows

    Up to 70 per cent of women in parts of the drought-prone region in central India are affected by acute water shortages, according to...

    Building a Heatwave-Resistant India

    Heat waves may have warmed the environment — but India’s response to them remains lukewarm, if not cold. A more sustained and aggressive policy...
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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

    Authors of the report say that every two seconds, one person under the age of 70 dies of a...

    How to Make COP27 a Success

    From melting glaciers to a ‘monster’ monsoon, record-breaking floods have left a third of Pakistan currently under water and...

    Have MGNREGA Workers Become Bonded Labourers?

    Millions of workers remain unpaid for their work for several months. Despite over Rs. 21,000 crores of pending wages,...

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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

    Authors of the report say that every two seconds,...

    How to Make COP27 a Success

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