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Exxon scientists accurately forecast climate change back in the 1970s - what if we had listened to them and acted then?

India, Jan. 28 -- Climatic collapse- as we understand it in our world today- could have largely been avoided perhaps Writers of speculative- and science-fiction often identify a key point in time and... Read More


Japan's demographic decline shows that conformism does not always work: Srabani Roy Choudhury

India, Jan. 28 -- Down To Earth speaks to JNU Japan expert about the 'now or never' statement by Japanese premier Fumio Kishida on his country's shrinking population Photo from iStock for representat... Read More


Large mammals shaped the evolution of humans: here's why it happened in Africa

India, Jan. 27 -- It was the abundance specifically of medium and large grazers in fertile savannas, concentrated near water in the dry season, that enabled the evolutionary transformation of a relati... Read More


100 million Nigerians are at risk of neglected tropical diseases: What the country is doing about it

India, Jan. 27 -- Nigeria began concerted efforts to combat human and animal trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness and nagana) in 1947 Neglected tropical diseases are a group of communicable diseases fo... Read More


At $1.1 trillion, renewable energy investment matches fossil fuels in 2022 for 1st time: BloombergNEF

India, Jan. 27 -- The hydrogen sector received least boost at $1.1 billion but the sector grew the fastest, tripling investment every year For the very first time in history, investment in low-carbon... Read More


Millets in PDS a game changer for combating malnutrition, climate change

India, Jan. 27 -- Subsidised cereals distributed under PDS have increased the consumption of excessive starch instead of pulses, legumes, vegetables, nuts and milk, which provide wholesome nutrition ... Read More


Global health spending at record high post COVID-19, but can this be sustained?

India, Jan. 27 -- India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Pakistan received barely 15% of the development assistance for health for COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic was revolutionary for global health fin... Read More


Cat on the Roof of the World: Pallas's cat DNA found on Mount Everest

India, Jan. 27 -- The cats share their territory with the red fox. Their main prey on Everest are pika, a cousin of the rabbit and mountain weasel Published by HT Digital Content Services with permis... Read More


Pune researchers discover rare low-basalt plateau with 76 plant species inWestern Ghats

India, Jan. 27 -- As they grow among rocks, the flora faces a harsher environment compared to other species growing elsewhere Researchers from Pune have discovered a low-level basalt plateau, an isol... Read More


Here is why India has given notice to Pakistan for amendment of the Indus Waters Treaty

India, Jan. 27 -- In all the five meetings held from 2017 to 2022, Pakistan has objected to India's hydropower projects India issued a notice to Pakistan January 25, 2023 stating the need to amend th... Read More