Livestock grazing areas sequester less carbon than those under wild herbivores.
Unleashing the Power of AutoML for Atmospheric Research
Automated Machine Learning liberates domain scientists from selecting learners and hyperparameters and discovers the importance of atmospheric trace gases for improving surface PM2.5 estimates.
The Limits to Tree Planting in the Indian Himalayas
The Indian government has an ambitious forestry goal. New research shows it may be out of sync with environmental and social constraints.
Stalagmites Show Evidence of Prolonged Droughts in India
A new study using oxygen isotopes reconstructs a prolonged record of India’s summer monsoons, showing much greater variability than modern data sets.
Indian Cities Invest in Low-Cost Air Quality Sensors
The sensors help bridge gaps in air quality data due to critical shortages of government monitoring stations.
Evaluando los beneficios del urbanismo verde
Las comunidades de las ciudades necesitan considerar si la absorción del agua o los beneficios del enfriamiento son más importantes al diseñar los espacios verdes urbanos.
Irrigation in Indo-Gangetic Plain Has Little Impact on Heat Stress
Irrigation-related cooling during summer months is overestimated by roughly 5 times, highlighting the need for climate models to accurately reflect local agricultural practices.
Deploying Community Water Solutions with People, for People
Guiding principles and strategies for solving local water availability problems in India have emerged from collaborations involving water users, water experts, and water solutions providers.
A Community-Led Landslide Prediction System in India
In a first-of-its-kind disaster prevention initiative, a meteorology-based landslide prediction system was developed as a crowdsourced science effort.
Climate Action Plans Tailored to Indian Cities
The plans identify localized vulnerabilities, as well as adaptations to climate change risks.