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Discover How 284 Female Officers In The Indian Forest Service Gaining Momentum

India's forest management marked a conservation milestone when three women officers were inducted into the Indian Forest Service (IFS) in 1980, and since then...

A Group Of Teachers And Students Breathed New Life Into Hyderabad Lake

By breathing life back into a dying lake in the city of Nizams and pearls, a husband-wife team of educationists has proved that positive...

Researchers: India To Go Beyond The 2030 Sustainable Goal

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have just released a study that demonstrates why India should double down on renewables. The study examines electricity and carbon...

International Day of Forest: Plant Trees To Make World More Greener

The International Day of Forests is on March 21 and the emphasis is on planting trees and saving the environment. At a time when...

E20 Fuel-Run Transport Network To Make Indian Cities Cleaner

This is one reform initiative that is set to be a big positive change in the use of fossil fuel to run the country's...

‘Komic,’ A Bollywood film, Portrays The Warming Of The Himalayas

Global warming is an important issue, but little effort has been made by Bollywood to bring the menace into mainstream focus. A new film...

Delhi Ranked as Most Polluted Capital City Globally: Report

The 'World Air Quality Report, 2020', prepared by Swiss organisation IQAir, shows Bangladesh, China, India, and Pakistan account for 49 of the 50 of...

New Material ‘State’ Discovered By Indian Scientists Boosts Quantum Technology

Indian scientists have discovered a new "exotic and strange" state of materials that alters their physical properties in presence of an electromagnetic field, leading...

Study: The Future Life Span Of Earth Is Approximately One Billion Years

The future life span of Earth's oxygen-rich atmosphere is approximately one billion years, a new study reveals. According to the study, published in the...

Are Good Bacteria Getting Viral Infections?

Researchers have developed a test to determine if bacteria are sick, similar to the one used to test humans for Covid-19. According to the...

Green Spaces in Prison Linked To Reduced Self-Harm, Violence Among Prisoners: Study

Adding more trees, lawns and shrubbery in prisons may decrease the levels of violence and self-harm among prisoners, says a new study. The study indicated...

Why America’s Leaders Are Divided Over The Environment

BY NATHAN HOLT The recent US elections captured the attention of the whole world. Departing President Donald Trump was perhaps the most divisive leader that...

India’s First Centre For Wetland Conservation and Management

The Union government has announced to establish India's first Centre for Wetland Conservation and Management (CWCM) on the occasion of World Wetland Day on...

UNEP: Take Small Steps To Make Earth Greener

According to a recent UN Environment Programme UNEP report, green pandemic recovery could cut up to 25 percent off predicted 2030 greenhouse gas emissions...

UNEP Says There Is An Increase In Climate Litigations

Climate litigation cases have spiked in recent years, making the courtroom increasingly relevant to efforts to address climate change around the world, an UN...

Study Links Light Pollution And Preterm Birth

Light pollution, based on a direct measure of skyglow, could increase the likelihood of preterm birth, a new study suggests. The study, published in the...

India Among Top 10 Most Affected Nations in The Global Climate Risk Index

India is among the top 10 most affected countries in the Global Climate Risk Index 2021 published on Monday by the Bonn-based environmental think...

As Cimate Change Impact Intensifies, Nations Must Urgently Step Up Actions or Face Costs: UNEP

As temperatures rise and climate change impacts intensify, nations must urgently step up action to adapt to the new climate reality or face serious...

Bollywood Complains About The Smog In Mumbai

The Mumbai air is currently filled with smog, which is making the residents uncomfortable. The absence of cold in the winter season only adds...

Climate Change Is Upon Us And It Is Real: Bhumi Pednekar

Actress Bhumi Pednekar, who is a climate warrior too, says she is dedicated to highlighting the seriousness of the climate crisis and its repercussions. "Climate...

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