Climatology: GK, General Studies and Current Affairs

Climate changes curses Children’s lives in Bangladesh

UNICEF has announced that environmental disasters referring to climate change have threatened the lives of around 19 million children in Bangladesh. Climate change has laid adverse effects and environmental threats faced by Bangladesh’s poorest communities families, leaving them unable to keep their children properly housed, fed, healthy and educated. Climate change has the potential to ..

Canada is warming twice the Global rate : Government Report

The Government report by Environment and Climate Change say that Canada is warming twice as fast as the global warming. This is mainly because of burning of fossil fuels. The report was authored by 43 government scientists. The key findings of the report are as follows The report says that deadly heat waves and heavy ..

WMO launches ‘The State of Global Climate’ report

‘The State of the Global Climate’ report has recently launched by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The report presented a grim picture of the accelerating physical signs and socio-economic impacts of the climate change across the world as record greenhouse gas concentrations drive global temperatures towards increasingly dangerous levels. UN Chief Antonio Guterres has asked ..

Young Environmental activists skip school to call action

Students all over the school skipped classes on Friday to demand the world leaders to take action on Climate change. They voiced that climate change is the biggest threat to their survival. They believe that if nothing is done to stop global arming, their generation will have to face catastrophic consequences. The march was witnessed ..

US flodding to continue till May

The historic US flooding due to the torrential rain and snow melting is expected to continue till May, said the NOAA – NAtional Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Scientists say that this unprecented flood season is mainly due to the warming of the earth. With climate change affecting globally, today there are more than 200 million ..