Temperatures in Arctic Siberia soared to a record average for June amid a heat wave that is stoking some of the worst wildfires the region has ever known, fresh EU data showed on Tuesday (7 July).
More and more states in India are seeking the assistance of private companies for “finer” weather forecast data instead of completely relying on what the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) provides.
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Hotter temperatures by 2100 could slash global GDP by more than 20%, according to new research, and the way the economic impact will be distributed threatens to turn climate change into an enormous driver of worldwide inequality.
Cars aren’t going away any time soon.
More than 5,600 companies in the fossil fuel industry have taken a minimum of $3bn in coronavirus aid from the US federal government.
To be unimpressed at first glance is entirely reasonable.
Coronavirus is changing the world in unprecedented ways.
Kia Motors India on Tuesday said that it has sold over 50,000 activated connected cars in the country, including the Kia Seltos and the Kia Carnival.
A United Nations (UN) report on Monday warned of a rising trend of diseases that are spread from wildlife to humans and likely driven by the degradation of our natural environment.