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Lesser Use of Carbon in Process by the Toy Manufacturers

Taking a toy out of the box can make a mess. Hardly eco-friendly, the process can yield more clutter from plastic and cardboard than the...

Majority Of Indians Favour Complete Ban On Single Use Plastics: Survey

Majority of urban Indians are willing to take a tough stand on plastic with 78 per cent favouring a complete ban on single use...

Innovation and Startup Culture Thriving in Ghana

ACCRA - Ghana is regarded as a West African hub of invention, with growing numbers of young people looking at local solutions to local...

Urban Garbage Disposal Crisis and Ways to Tackle it Effectively

– by Gaurav Tyagi  New Delhi, Sep 11, 2017: Rapid urbanization globally has led to large scale migration of people from rural to urban areas. This...

India will be the World’s Biggest e-waste generator by 2020: Study

Computer equipment accounts for almost 70% of e-waste material The majority of e-waste generated is managed by the unorganized sector and scrap dealers ...

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