Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather over periods of time that range from decades to millions of years. It can be a change in the average weather or a change in the distribution of weather events around an average (for example, greater or fewer extreme weather events). Climate change may be limited to a specific region, or may occur across the whole Earth.
- You have to congratulate the brains behind “Clean Coal” for cleverly marrying two words that are not compatible, at least not yet. The word “clean” is not something that comes to mind when coal is discussed, and “clean” should definitely not be associated with acid rain, perilous mines, lung cancer, skin diseases, mercury contamination and climate change.
Philippine Heat Index Forecast: Metro Manila Heat Index Expected To Reach As High As 38.3 Degrees CelsiusMetro Manila's heat index is expected to be within the 27.3 degrees Celsius to 38.3 degrees Celsius range on Tuesday, April 11.
- An accelerated global warming can be devastating but scientists also say it is up to us whether we make the scenario our future or not.
- Climate change is a reality we can’t run away from considering that we get hit by 19 or 20 typhoons per year. But aside from worrying about this daunting number, the country also has to worry about the intensity of the typhoons that come our way.
- Clima Mobility's Adonis Lagangan, an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and mechanical engineer, was able to build his own electric car. It is also a member of the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP).
- The Department of Agriculture is pushing for rice self-sufficiency, while protecting farmers from the already visible effects of climate change in the country.
- Global climate experts NASA and NOAA agree that July was the hottest month of 2016 and possibly on record. The warm temperature was felt globally, including areas with higher warm-than-average temperature.
Climate Change Can Predict Ebola, Zika Virus Outbreaks And Wipe Out An Australian Rodent Species Into ExtinctionClimate change can predict Zika and Ebola outbreaks based on environment-changing factors including land use and population growth. This has also caused the Bramble Cay melomys to be wiped out into extinction.