Environment
ENVIRONMENT

Climate Change In South China Sea Can Impact Global Weather

The continued warming in the South China Sea is likely to lead to increased precipitation in South Asia and East Asia.

Nature-Inspired Ceramics To Keep Homes Cool

Inspired by white beetle, researchers have invented a new cooling ceramic with a solar reflectivity of 99.6 percent.

Rising Temperatures Threaten China’s Workforce

Annual heat-induced work hours losses are expected to increase by 120 percent by the end of the century in the country, study estimates.

Climate’s impact on agriculture worsens gender inequities

Researchers map hotspots to enable climate-informed policymaking for women farmers.

Green Bioplastics Can Help Reduce Plastic Waste In Japan

A new study sheds light on the potential of green bioplastics in achieving Japan’s carbon-neutral goals.

Flood Prone Areas Are Likely To Have More Infant Mortality

Data spanning three decades highlights the potential long-term public health burden of recurrent flooding in Bangladesh.

Microplastics In clouds: Scientists Warn Of “Plastic Rainfall”

Airborne microplastics in the cloud water originates primarily from the ocean.

Abandoned Croplands Can Help Address Food Scarcity

Better management of abandoned croplands can enhance food security and mitigate climate change, shows a study.

Child Marriages Linked To Extreme Weather In Low-Income Asian Countries

Education, financial support for families and social workers can play a crucial role in preventing child marriages.

Why Does This Indian Lake Foam So Much?

Rains dissolve surfactants bound to lake sediments causing foaming in Bellandur lake, shows a study.