Dust over North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula could intensify monsoon rains in South Asia, says a new study that sheds light on the critical issue of accurate forecasting
Kathmandu’s stone water spouts, the only water source for many of the city’s poorer residents, have been devoured by urban sprawl and ground water depletion
The architect of Afghanistan's first environmental law, Mustafa Zahir, speaks about the conflicting challenges of developing his country's natural resources
The creeping effects of climate change and government apathy have combined to spell disaster for Pakistan’s desert district of Tharparkar where an estimated 150 children died from malnourishment recently
The latest IPCC report, on climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability, has just been published. What are the experts saying?
The March snow blitz in India’s Kashmir Valley, which caused widespread destruction, was caused by atmospheric phenomena and is part of the general trend of weather surprises
Experts propose a new approach for the world’s most endangered river in a new report from thethirdpole.net
Glaciers that feed the Indus River in Pakistan’s Karakoram mountains are melting faster than previously thought. Saleem Sheikh talks to the scientists behind the latest field research that contradicts earlier satellite studies showing glaciers are relatively stable.