ENVIRONMENT

Water is Essential for life, But Are We Doing Enough to Check Contamination?

A study by IIT Kharagpur scientists has detected an alarmingly high concentration of...

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Revisiting the Pale Blue Dot – Thirty Years Later and from 6.4 Billion Kilometres Away

A photograph of the earth taken by NASA spacecraft Voyager – 1 on February 14, 1990...

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Antartica Temperature Soars to 20 Degree Celsius:Highest Ever in History

The Antarctic region has registered its highest ever temperature on record. The mercury...

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Return of indigenous crops helps reduce farm distress and restore ecosystems

Hundreds of women with painted earthen pots on their heads joined the march to a...

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Have humans evolved beyond nature – and do we even need it?

Our society has evolved so much, can we still say that we are part of Nature? If not,...

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Green economics is robust enough for policy makers to assess impact of their decisions: Pavan Sukhdev

On January 27, the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement announced the two winners...

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Intense Water Scarcity Amplifies Water Related Violence Globally in Last Decade

Water holds the most important place in the struggle for survival of all living beings....

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In this new world of bushfire terror, I question whether I want to have kids

As fires continue to burn along Australia’s south-east, it’s impossible to ignore how...

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Australia’s Bushfire Crisis Poses Irreversible Climate Change Impact

Australia is facing one of its most severe ecological crisis in history. The thousands of...

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10,000 Camels to be Killed for Drinking too much Water in Drought-Stricken Australia

In a condemnable and deeply shocking development from Australia, more than 10,000 camels...

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