Monday, July 4, 2022


Delhi’s air pollution paves the exit route for urban families

Delhi’s Air Quality Index had hit a three-year-low this year, post-Diwali, creating a severely polluted atmosphere which led to respiratory problems in many, forcing people to wear mask outdoors and install air purifiers at home.

Climate Change has Much to do with Bihar Politics: CM Nitish Kumar Undertakes Yatra

Ahead of assembly polls, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar begins yatra “Jal, Jeevan,Haryali”against climate change.

Climate crisis could reverse progress in achieving gender equality

Longstanding gender inequality means that within regions of the world that are particularly vulnerable to climate change, women are likely to suffer more than men.

“People are Underestimating the Force of Angry Kids”, Says Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg travelled across the Atlantic for more than two weeks, finally arriving in Europe for climate talks.

Climate Change: Lancet Report Warns of Health Implications for Children

If climate change is not tackled today, our children will live only to suffer.

Why did thousands of migratory birds die mysteriously in Rajasthan”s Sambhar Lake?

The news sent shock waves among the locals and authorities in the region as reasons behind the tragic incident were being probed upon.

4.6 Lakh Affected, Cyclone Bulbul Disrupts Normal Life in West Bengal

Cyclone Bulbul has created havoc in the state of West Bengal, affecting 4.6 lakh individuals.

Rising Sea Levels threatens 300 million lives in India and World: New Study

Thirty-six million people in India would face annual flooding by 2050 and 44 million by 2100 if emissions continue to rise, according to a study published Tuesday in Nature Communications.

Wanted: An urgent political saviour for river Yamuna

River Yamuna, the longest tributary of river Ganga, is dying as the prescribed environmental flow is not maintained.

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