Climate change

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VARIETY

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Paris agreement, War, China-Pak Relations, Climate change

Climate change: India can lose land without war with China and Pakistan

Multiple scientific assessments have shown that Mumbai and Kolkata may go under the water one day if sea levels rise dangerously in the next 100 years.

VARIETY

 |  Quantum Leap  |  3-minute read
Soil Erosion, Climate change, Sacred Groves, Meghalaya

A look inside Meghalaya's lesser known sacred groves

These are pristine forest areas conserved for centuries by local tribes as abodes of their deities.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   Long-form
Climate change, H1B Visa, Modi, Trump

What will they talk about when Modi and Trump meet later this month?

The POTUS is scheduled to have his first in-person bilateral meet with the PM on June 26, after a controversial walkout from the Paris Climate accord.

POLITICS

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Climate change, Donald Trump, Paris climate agreement

Trump pulling out of the Paris climate change accord is a colossal misfortune

With this decision, the political, intellectual and moral leadership will no longer be that of the US.

POLITICS

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Paris agreement, Donald Trump, Climate change

Trump pulling out of Paris deal is not America's first blow to climate change

Member nations suffering the most must impose strict moral sanctions against Washington.

POLITICS

 |  The Bigger Picture  |  4-minute read
Climate change, Donald Trump

Modi can't take India-America ties for granted with US President Trump

New Delhi is going through the motions of pretending everything is normal.

HUMOUR

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POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Climate change, Paris agreement

Saving the climate: Can India go beyond Paris Agreement?

Solar is now cheaper than coal in the country for the first time ever, placing us at a dramatic infrastructural inflection point.

POLITICS

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Indc, Global warming, Climate change

How to make India's climate commitments a reality

De-coupling and de-normalising of nations' fossil fuel habit is the most obvious way forward.