El Niño Conditions

EL Nino effect in 2019: 75-80% chances

Thanks to the El Nino event that added to the humans caused carbon emissions and made 2016 the hottest year so far. Another El Nino event is predicted to occur between 2018 December and 2019February but the effect is not expected to be as severe30

The Low Carbon Economy Index 2018

The IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report confirmed that the impacts of climate change are increasing, largely driven by anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. The report also talks about the global carbon budget, i.e. the amount of CO2 emissions that can be emitted while still limiting global30

Internet

Climate Change Could Damage Internet Infrastructure

For very big environmental ills, mostly the climate change-related sea level rise is blamed whether it is severe coastal flooding to unusual destructive hurricanes. NBC reported that this doesn’t end here as rising seas comes with a new worry of flooding the underground cables that30

Antractica Ice sheet

Antractica Ice sheet Is Melting and the speed is increasing

Antarctica’s ice sheets hold sufficient water that can raise the sea levels by 190 feet (58 metres), but the overall comprehension to sea level rise has been a bit lesser, i.e. 7.6 millimetres between 1992 and 2017. It doesn’t appear to be that much as30

Dust storm

India’s Dust Storms Maybe Linked to Climate Change

Sand and dust storms are usually formed when solid strong airlift a lot of sand and dust from uncovered, dry soils into the air.  Sand and dust storms are basic meteorological risks in parched and semi-dry areas. They are generally caused by rainstorms – or30

UNFCCC

A Brief History of COP with Special Focus on COP24

UNFCCC and Conference of Parties The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) established in May 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro came into force in March 1994 with the premise of strengthening global public awareness of climate change issues. Among30