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Amazon rainforest can survive global warming: Study

London, Dec 14: Man-made global warming may have little effect on some common species of trees in the Amazon rainforest as they date back more than 8 million years and have survived through massive temperature fluctuations, scientists claim. Some of the Amazonian species are more than 5 million years older than previously thought, and have survived warm periods similar to ... Read More »

By 2020, world to be 2.4C warmer, India to be hardest hit

Washington, Jan 19 (PTI) The Earth will be 2.4 degree Celsius warmer by 2020 if the world continues with the business-as-usual approach to climate change and India would be one of the hardest hit countries witnessing up to 30 percent reduction in crop yields, a new study has claimed. The rising temperatures will adversely affect the world”s food production and ... Read More »