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  • Stakeholders in climate science: Beyond lip service?

    Research models are evolving in response to the need for on-the-ground knowledge of climate change impacts on communities. Partnership between researcher and practitioner is vital for adaptive policy

  • India

    Multidecadal variability of the continental precipitation annual amplitude driven by AMO and ENSO

    As the water vapor content in the atmosphere scales with temperature, a warmer world is expected to feature an intensification of the hydrological cycle. Work to date has mainly focused on mean precipitation

  • Myanmar

    Asian monsoons in a late Eocene greenhouse world

    The strong present-day Asian monsoons are thought to have originated between 25 and 22 million years (Myr) ago, driven by Tibetan–Himalayan uplift. However, the existence of older Asian monsoons and their

  • Sri Lanka

    Humble jackfruit offers hope amid climate worries

    Researchers say the fruit grown could be a replacement for staple crops under threat from climate change. It’s big and bumpy with a gooey interior and a powerful smell of decay — but it could help keep

  • Global-scale climate impact functions: the relationship between climate forcing and impact

    Although there is a strong policy interest in the impacts of climate change corresponding to different degrees of climate change, there is so far little consistent empirical evidence of the relationship

  • Pushed to the limit: evidence of climate change-related loss and damage when people face constraints and limits to adaptation

    New empirical evidence from nine research sites presented in this publication show that loss and damage occurs when there are barriers that impede planning and implementation of adaptation, and when physical

  • India

    Smoke from religious sites 'melting Himalayan glaciers'

    LONDON: Holy smoke arising from Hindu funeral pyres, Muslim cemeteries and Buddhist temples are responsible for almost a quarter of the greenhouse gases blamed for global warming on the Indian subcontinent

  • India

    CORDEX South Asia: A framework for addressing regional monsoon issues in a changing climate

    CORDEX South Asia: A framework for addressing regional monsoon issues in a changing climate - A presentation by Ramesh Vellore at the 4th National Research Conference on Climate Change, Indian Institute

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