Climate Model Successfully Predicts Arabian Sea Cyclones

A climate model for cyclones over the Arabian Sea simulated by researchers from Princeton University, USA in collaboration with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA represented among one of the first times that a projected climate model of cyclones synchronized with actual observations of cyclonic storm activity. A successful prediction The paper on the […]

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A panel discussing on how pollutants in the air can be sighted to highlight the issues causing air pollution.

“Synergy and calibrated bodies are lacking in our system” says Dr SK Tyagi, Former Add’l Director, CPCB

With alarming pollution and environment issues intervening in our livelihoods, ‘Confer Global Private Limited’ through its’ Pollution Control and Emissions Monitoring World Conference’ envisioned to discuss this distressing issue. The two-day conference commenced on April 18, 2018, and included multiple hard-hitting facts and innovative approaches to the shadow of pollution. Discussing specifically the Ambient Air […]

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Conference & Exhibition on Pollution Control & Emissions Monitoring World

The Pollution Control & Emissions Monitoring World Conference & Exhibition is scheduled on 18 – 19 April 2018 at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi to network with top Industry Decision Makers, Policy Makers, Regulators, and Global Thought Leaders. Participants will have the chance to meet, greet, and learn from renowned speakers from Ministry of Earth Sciences, Tata Power, KPMG, UNESCO, […]

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Energy Budget of the Earth's Albedo

How earth’s albedo effects global warming: can geoengineering help?

Definition Albedo is the measure of reflectivity of an object. A scientific definition describes albedo as “the fraction of the total incident solar radiation reflected by a planet back to space that is a measure of the planet’s energy balance”. Every object has a different albedo. The objects with higher albedo are cooler in temperature […]

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Kudankulam nuclear power plant

Nuclear Power and Energy Security in India

The story of nuclear power in India began in September 1972, when the then Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi visited the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and the project to manufacture and test a nuclear bomb was given a confirmation. Following this approval, the scientists started working on converting their ideas into reality. Apart from designing, […]

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Coastal Regulation Zone impact the life at coastal areas.

What regulates our coastline: Coastal Regulation Zone Directives

Need for restrictions on Coastal Regulation Zone India has a vast coastline with nine states and four union territories having a sea-line running along their borders. Consequently, large populations of people are dependent on the sea for their livelihood. The scenic beauty of the sea and coastal formations also attract tourists in huge numbers. Minerals […]

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The Most Vulnerable Primitive Tribal Groups in India

Scheduled Tribes are classified as a community of indigenous or tribal people by the Constitution who are also deemed as socially disadvantaged. Out of Scheduled Tribes, the tribal groups least affected by modern processes of development, i.e. Primitive Tribal Groups (PTGs) in India are characterized by being geographically isolated and relatively cut off from mainstream […]

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