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Climate change will cut South Asia's growth almost 9 percent by the end of the century unless world governments try harder to counter global warming, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Tuesday. The costs of countering climate change in South Asia will also increase over time and will be prohibitively high in the long term, the ADB's "Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in ...
One of Australia’s most senior climate scientists has called on his colleagues not to sit on the sidelines of the political debate about global warming and other environmental issues, given the evidence they present asks society to consider fundamental changes.
KATHMANDU, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Climate change will cut SouthAsia's growth almost 9 percent by the end of the century unlessworld governments try harder to counter global warming, theAsian Development Bank (ADB) said on Tuesday. The region is home to a fifth of the world's population andis already vulnerable to climate extremes: seasonal floods,cyclones and droughts that ravage vast swathes of ...
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden say the sun influences the climate regardless of weather it is extremely cold or more moderate.
Researchers suspect a link between global warming and changes in tornado weather in the U.S. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
People have been asking me if last week’s historic flood was caused by global warming. The short answer is NO, but read on because this answer requires an explanation.
( ETH Zurich ) The average temperature on Earth has barely risen over the past 16 years. ETH researchers have now found out why. And they believe that global warming is likely to continue again soon.
Aug. 19--Respiratory illnesses, water quality, and mosquito- and rodent-related diseases will worsen across Los Angeles County in the next few decades because of climate change, according to two reports released Monday by public health officials.
MANILA, Aug 19 (Bernama) -- Climate change will slash up to 9 percent off the South Asian economy every year by 2100 if the world continues on its current "fossil-fuel intensive path", said the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Tuesday.
ISLAMABAD: Climate change will slash up to 9 percent off the South Asian economy every year by the end of this century if the world continues on its current fossil-fuel intensive path, according to Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.