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Applauding India for Taking Action by CityTech Blogger Richard Gonzalez

An article I found that was written about a year ago was very interesting but not surprising. The article appears on the EIA (Environmental investigation Agency) website and the title is “Climate; India acts on HFC-23 as Talks Enter Critical Phase.” The interesting part is that it has been known for years that HFC-23, a by-product in the

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Solar & Renewable Energy forges ahead in India by City Tech Blogger Branden Harris

India is moving swiftly in the direction of a greener future and is on track to exceed expectations towards achieving their goals on renewable energy. According to a Climate Central article, India is the world’s third largest carbon polluter and the country has pledged to dramatically increase its renewable energy capacity and limit catastrophic temperature

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India is getting Hotter by City-Tech Blogger Mariano Huaman

Extreme temperatures across different cities in India are going to 100°F in the last days. This climate change phenomenon is a threat to the health of India’s population because heat waves are expected to become more common and intense.   According to some studies, the climate change in India is caused by greenhouses gasses.  The

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Artic Ice Melt Could Trigger Uncontrollable Climate Change at Global Level by City-Tech Blogger Henry Ovalle

Artic scientists believe that the accelerated melting of the ice cap could cause a disaster around the globe. According to the Artic Resilience Report, the effects of Artic warming could reach all the way to the Indian Ocean. (graphic courtesy of OnTheWorldMap) This puts climate change at a global level out of hand. Scientists describe

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New information on Sea Levels Rise

As sea levels rise the impacts are already being felt around the world. Because the phenomenon is widespread there has been a spate of news reports and new scientific studies reconfirming that the rising seas are caused in great part by greenhouse gas emissions. One study making headlines is by controversial climatologist and former NASA

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