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Climate Change and Asian Monsoon in the Hindu-Kush Himalaya (HKH)

By Environmentalists: Dipesh Raj Pant and Arjun Kumar Limbu E-mail: arjunlimbu@hotmail.com “Once the climate changes, it is not only very difficult; but, almost impossible to retain it”. Can you imagine “HKH” without the “Monsoon Season?” “D-A” The two simple words “Climate Change” is one of several biophysical factors encompassed by the term Global Environmental Change […]

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Global Warming – The Alarming Rate of CO2 Rise (as seen in 2006)

Carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas linked to global warming, is accumulating in the Earth’s atmosphere at an increasing rate, according to a new study released by the US government’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The research has renewed concern that the ability of the environment to absorb the gas may be waning. The NOAA study […]

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Is there really No Global Warming?

The video below is part of a CNN documentary. It finishes in the middle of an interesting discussion of the UNFCC’s “hockey stick” graph, which has been so persuasive to many in convincing them that Climate Change is really caused by anthropological activity. However, their alternative conclusion is lost when the video ends abruptly. Nevertheless […]

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Climate Change Impacts

Our List of Articles About Climate Change Impacts: Research Highlights Global Warming Trouble New York CO2 Level Rises Effect on UK? Climate Ch. Asia Nepal Views GW Awakening Below is what the IPPC says about these impacts: The IPCC (2001) states that, “…climate change represents opportunities and risks for human development”. The areas where climate […]

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Is Climate Change happening?

The IPCC synthesis report 2001, shows that the earth warmed between 1900 and 1940, then subsequently cooled between 1941 and 1965, but surface temperatures have been warming ever since (Fig 1.0). Data from millions of thermometer measurements taken from all over the world from as far back as 1860, allow calculation of average surface air […]

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