It is impossible not to think of the question asked − with rightful anger − by Greta Thunberg a few months ago: 'How dare you?'
Among the leading culprits is the U.S., which has burned coal, oil and other fossil fuels en route to developing the wealthiest economy in global history.
Washington has given formal notice that it will withdraw from the Paris pact, but the world would be a safer place if it remained with other nations to fight global warming.
The anti-terrorist apparatus has not adapted to the growing danger of domestic terrorism.
We must prepare to face a period of extreme climatic anomalies and phenomena that will cause severe damage.
<i>Everything doesn’t always have to do with anything; some things just happen.</i>
What do they say, that the fluttering of a butterfly’s wings in the African jungle can cause a hurricane on the East Coast of the United States? But it’s for this reason that not everything always has to do with anything; some [Read more]
According to the Lancet study, India experienced an additional 40 million heat wave exposure cases in 2016 compared to 2012.