This year's record-breaking temperatures have greatly contributed to the loss of "a fifth of (the glaciers') volume over the past decade", according to the annual study on the state of the glaciers, published by the Swiss Academies of Science.
In an interview with CBS News' '60 Minutes', Trump accused scientists of having a "very big political agenda" and asserted that he does not want to put the US, the second-largest emitter of greenhouse gasses, at a disadvantage in responding to climate change.
KFC posted profits in the quarter ending June 2018 — the seventh time in a row since 2016. Not so long ago, the king of fried chicken had hit a rough spot. Here’s how it got back its bite.
New products, new business models. This isn't your parents’ shop anymore.
Indian households can’t do without the neighbourhood store. And consumer-goods companies pray at its abode. But it is beginning to feel the pinch of supermarkets and online stores.
A pitcher full of internal problems, and competition from cool new beers crafted to woo changing tastes — wasn’t the king of good times supposed to be history? Well, you have another thing coming.
The dairy business remains the graveyard of mighty companies who came and lost to India’s well-oiled farming co-operatives.
It's a market that has frustrated giants like Kellogg's. But Bengaluru-based Soulfull, which sells ragi-based products, believes it has found a way to win: Eschew the ‘breakfast cereal’ label altogether.
For the third year running, Kishore Biyani’s brainchild ALL is part of the Lakmé Fashion Week, spotlighting couture for the big of build. It’s a rare high for a segment that has remained the fashion industry’s orphan child — despite a burgeoning market. Can demanding customers and increasing entrepreneurial interest change things?
Bollywood-centric bravado has little room in the new world of digital entertainment.
The world's current roadmap to mitigate climate disaster encourages EU nations to use their forests to help suck greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere.
The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which compiles comprehensive reviews of climate science, meets this week to vet and validate a report on limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit).
Despite a stream of announcements and summits -- including in Bonn in May, and Bangkok and San Francisco this month -- the front line in the climate war has hardly moved, and much of the hope and goodwill brought by the Paris deal has been replaced with passivity. The next UN negotiating summit, COP24, will take place in December in Poland.
Every year, more than two million snorkel-wielding tourists head to Australia's famed coral ecosystem, generating revenues of $4.3 billion and supporting 64,000 local jobs. But damage done by higher temperature has threatened to put a break on the number of tourists willing to wrestle their way into a wetsuit.
Unstopable nature shows how furious it can be at some times, when David Holland witnessed glacial ruptures better termed as calvings. Now Holland and other climate scientists need to study how warming ocean currents undermining the glacial attitude.
The international effort to fight climate change got injected with a bit of Hollywood flash, a lot of Wall Street green and a considerable dose of cheerleading rather than dry treaty negotiations Business leaders, mayors, governors and activists from around the world are gathering this week in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit, where participants will trumpet what they've done and announce new efforts to slow a warming world.(AP)
United Nations secretary general, Antonio Guterres , said "people everywhere are experiencing record-breaking temperatures and extreme heatwaves, wildfires, storms and floods "are leaving a trail of death and devastation." He added, climate change is moving faster than we are.