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Melting Glaciers: The World Will Lose 10% of Glaciers Ice By 2050

Glaciers, the icy-rocky land, despite being inhabitable for human life are a crucial part of the blue planet which helps it look the way it does. Without them, the temperature would have been unbearably scorching, sea level would have risen drowning most of the coastal lands, freshwater sources would have depleted exponentially. But, experts believe Read More…

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Net-zero emission: the only hope of the vandalizing planet

Climatic catastrophes are no hidden secret today; the changing environment can be felt everywhere from the melting glaciers of Antarctica to scorching desert Sahara. Witnessing this present climate; everybody is agitated therefore more and more countries are pledging to become part of the global “net-zero emission” goal now. But what is net-zero emission? Why the Read More…

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Hurricane “extremely active” season 2020

With hurricane Laura hitting Louisiana about a month, following the National oceanic and atmospheric administration predictions, NOAA has asked us to brace ourselves for more since the world expects to be hit by far more hurricanes this year, unlike other years. The hurricane season begins on 1st June and goes through to November. However, this year has Read More…

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Wildfires, Hurricanes, vanishing ice sheets: what else Trump needs to admit Climate Crisis?

With his comment on the catastrophic wildfire in California, President Donald Trump has once again intimated his reckless mindset towards the most evident crisis that the world is facing, Climate Crisis. The wildfires raging in California and Oregon, the collapsing Antarctic ice sheet, record-breaking increase in the temperature, hottest summer in the northern hemispheres and Read More…