India’s huge demand for Palm Oil is not helping our world’s peatlands and worsening the climate crisis
Silt is created when rocks are eroded or worn away by wind or water. Silt is made up of tiny rock and mineral particles that are smaller than sand. It can be transported by water, wind, ice and deposited. As silt flows along it chips more rocks.. Silt is found in soil along with otherContinue reading “SILT – A blessing in disguise!”
Sustainable architecture accelerates an eco-friendly approach to reduce negative environmental impacts
Nuclear energy has a key role in countries bid to move to clean and carbon-free energy
Migration of people is one of the main reasons for urbanisation, as people moved from rural areas to cities in search of jobs for better lifestyle and better living standards. Already half the global population live in cities, it is estimated that by 2050 two-thirds of the world’s people will live in Urban areas. ThisContinue reading “Urban Expansion has led to loss of Lakes”
Empowering women to ensure greater equity in water access
We all care about water. With water making up 71% of Earth we would be foolish not to. But the distinction between caring about water and caring for water is an important one. When we pollute water, we are the ones who lack clean water. Caring for water is a must if we want to guarantee healthy lives for all.
India’s best kept secret – Lonar Lake
What can India learn from Israel’s sophisticated approach to water management
Microplastics are non-biodegradable pieces of plastic which measure less than 5mm. These tiny pieces of plastic are causing havoc in our environments, ecosystems, and potentially our health. Read more to learn how India is leading the way in the fight against plastic pollution and how we can avoid microplastics.