In a latest study, researchers have reported that lakes on the Earth could take a devastating hit from climate change. Quickly warming waters in freshwater bodies, consisting of many Great Lakes and a number of reservoirs, trigger dangerous algae blooms that will eventually threaten local ecosystems’ freshwater supplies.
The United Nations climate conference will start from November 30 in Paris, which has lately been the victim of terror attacks in which more than 129 people were killed. The conference will witness 40,000 attendees and their goal will be to ensure that climate change remains the global economic agenda for the next 15 years.
A new study by United States space agency NASA has revealed that ice in Antarctica is not actually melting. The continent is gaining more ice than it is losing, the study suggested. From 1992 to 2001, Antarctica gained about 112 billion tons of ice per year, while from 2003 to 2008, 82 billion tons of ice was gained annually.