• Fri, 14 Jun 2019 01:00
    Climate change on track to reduce ocean wildlife by 17%
    Climate change is set to empty the ocean of nearly a fifth of all living creatures, measured by mass, by the end of the century, researchers have calculated.
  • Thu, 13 Jun 2019 14:17
    Britain sets deadline for carbon neutrality by 2050
    The British government on Wednesday presented draft legislation to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2050 in what it said would be a first for a major economy.
    Breaking News
  • Thu, 13 Jun 2019 01:00
    On board the SS Planet Titanic
    World Environment Day (June 5) was a good time to reflect on the existential threat of climate change.
  • Thu, 13 Jun 2019 01:00
    Myanmar issues climate change policies as World Bank sounds environment alarm
    IN RESPONSE to emerging environmental issues caused by heavy reliance on natural resources, Myanmar has come up with new policies on national environment and climate change as well as a master plan, Kyaw Zaw, deputy permanent secretary at the natural and environmental conservation ministry, said.
    Breaking News
  • Tue, 11 Jun 2019 01:00
    Flying shame! Pressure mounts on aviation industry over climate change
    Under pressure from frequent flyers alarmed over climate change, the airline industry says it is “hell-bent” on reducing emissions – but the technology needed to drastically reduce its carbon footprint is still out of reach.
  • Fri, 24 May 2019 23:07
    Thai environmentalists join worldwide climate 'strike'
    Environmentally concerned citizens in Thailand joined climate activists across the world on Friday to campaign for urgent solutions to climate change.
  • Fri, 24 May 2019 04:55
    Climate change can be reversed, DiCaprio’s ‘Ice on Fire’ claims
    We don’t need advanced technology, Mother Nature has seaweeds and shellfish which sequester five times more carbon than land-based plants,” says Bren Smith, winching a glistening haul of glossy brown kelp out of the sea.
  • Mon, 20 May 2019 01:00
    Indian islanders vote with sinking hearts
    Residents on Ghoramara fear that the votes they cast Sunday in India’s election may be the last before their island sinks into the Bay of Bengal – a victim of climate change’s growing toll.
  • Mon, 20 May 2019 01:00
    Smart, green and nurturing
    Good design of buildings and their surroundings can address climate change while also creating a better environment for city residents  
    Real Estate
  • Sat, 18 May 2019 19:22
    Climate sceptic ex-PM Abbott falls in Australia election
    Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott, infamous for once calling the science behind climate change "crap", has become the first big scalp in the country's elections Saturday.
    Breaking News
  • Tue, 30 Apr 2019 01:00
    Rise in temperatures linked to air pollution, say experts
    CLIMATE CHANGE and air pollution are interrelated, say environmental experts as they call for the authorities to take simultaneous and urgent action to tackle these problems and avoid serious consequences.
  • Sun, 28 Apr 2019 01:00
    Suspected Banksy work tackles climate protests
    A new work believed to be by British street artist Banksy appeared near London's Marble Arch on Friday, where climate change protesters have camped out for days.
    Breaking News
  • Mon, 08 Apr 2019 19:38
    Against the tide: Thai 'floating temple' defies coastal erosion
    As sea waters slowly rose around his temple and his neighbours fled inland, Thai abbot Somnuek Atipanyo refused to budge and is today a symbol of the fight to restore the country's fast-eroding coastlines.
  • Tue, 02 Apr 2019 01:00
    Can trees put a stop to global warming?
    The short answer is yes and no. Trees can help slow down climate change, but they can never solve planetary warming on their own.
  • Sun, 31 Mar 2019 11:49
    Chiang Mai will be choking into May, climatologist warns
    Health-threatening PM2.5 haze is expected to linger in the North until at least early May, says the chief of Chiang Mai University’s Climate Change Centre.
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