Outbreak of Coral Bleaching as a Severe Aftermath of Global Warming

A massive flare-up of coral bleaching has been observed by scientists in the Gang Gurak Barlu National Park, situated in the Cobourg Peninsula during the summers. Continue reading “Outbreak of Coral Bleaching as a Severe Aftermath of Global Warming”

Plantations Solely Cannot Harness the Impacts of Global Warming

The much hullabaloo created by the ratification of Clean Development Mechanism under Kyoto Protocol seems to die down under the burden of scientific documents that claim, plantations cannot be the sole contributor towards reversing the impacts of global warming. Continue reading “Plantations Solely Cannot Harness the Impacts of Global Warming”

Major Hurdles in the Way of Facilitating Community-Based Adaptation

With the increasing shift of both indigenous people and ruralites to the cities and their suburbs, the urban areas are facing a myriad of challenges in terms of climate change adaptation. Continue reading “Major Hurdles in the Way of Facilitating Community-Based Adaptation”

Unconventional Energy Resources Promoting Sustainable Living

In recent times there has been a lot of hullabaloo in terms of the ‘so called’ gimmick being played by the market to optimize usage of renewable energy. Continue reading “Unconventional Energy Resources Promoting Sustainable Living”

Risks of Global Warming Looms large in Coastal Belts of Australia

Official estimates confirm, over 125 million people or 40% of the global population resides within the span of 62 miles or 100 km along the coastline. Continue reading “Risks of Global Warming Looms large in Coastal Belts of Australia”