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By Abhishek Jha: “Whether it’s photography or activism, it requires involvement. If you want to be a good photographer, then you must familiarise yourself with photography. If you want to ...
western ghats

By Rachita Taneja:  To, Prakash Javadekar Minister of State – Environment, Forests and Climate Change Government of India We are writing to express a deep concern over the future of the ...
obama G20

By Pooja Parvati: Newsflash: In the recently-concluded G20 Meet (15-16 November) in Brisbane, Australia, US President Barrack Obama and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe committed to $4.5 billion towards a Green ...
An injured male chinkara is rescued by a Bishnoi woman. After a few hours, it was moved to the rescue centre at Jodhpur Zoo. Photo credit: Gajendra Singh

By Charu Bahri: All of 16 years old, a court-weary case is nearing its denouement: On November 5, the Supreme Court reserved its judgement on the infamous Salman Khan poaching ...
Elephant electrocuted near Bandipur – Photo Courtesy: Centre for Wildlife Studies

By Deepa Padmanaban: Bangalore: It’s the harvest season, and on the fringes of a south Karnataka forest, Muthamma (she uses one name) prepares for the raids on her fields of ...
coal

By Avimuktesh Bhardwaj: Coal is fast becoming a part of the problem for larger masses. What is obviously surprising is that it was never a complete solution for development in ...
Big dams protest

By Bala Sai: One might recollect that in early 2014, Modi started his election campaign from the North East. Amid the torrents of populist rhetoric he rolled out in his ...
Diwali crackers

By Anshul Tewari: So you had a great Diwali celebration with fire-cracker-bursting sessions with friends, didn’t you? Here’s what – according to a report by The Meteorology Department, Delhi has recorded the ...
global warming

By Joy Mitra: In its report, Turn Down the Heat: Climate extremes, regional Impacts and the Case for Resilience, the world bank looks at the impact of warming on agricultural ...
cyclone hudhud

By Bala Sai: The signs of an impending calamity hung heavily in the air as coastal towns across Andhra Pradesh wore a deserted look, streets empty and doors shut, as ...
ewaste

By Kirrat Sachdeva: When it comes to digitizing our lifestyle, our choices are pretty naïve. Possessing the latest configuration in gadgets is no longer a question of affordability as the ...
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By Mayank Jain: In the hullaballoo of Prime Minister’s visit to the US, the UN climate change summit and a million other things, mainstream media conveniently forgot to deliver us ...
Picture Credits: Tawheed Manzoor

By Kabir Arora: Mr. Modi’s recent speech, which received a standing ovation from the Indian delegation in a largely empty United Nations General assembly, is a representation of our collective ...
Goastaff pick

By Tallulah D’Silva: The Union Minister of State for Tourism, Shri Shripad Naik, recently stated that he will support and promote a green tourism plan for Goa. A good plan ...
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By Mrinalini Shinde: As global leaders came together to discuss climate change in New York this week, and international pressure for coherent climate treaty mounts, it is time we consider ...
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By Vivek D’Souza: September 20th 2014 witnessed a major global event that took place in many countries. This event brought together people from different backgrounds, cultures, religions, and from different ...
Villagers and Toxic Fumes in Jharia Coal Mine

By Meghana Rathore: Yes, we are a globalized world driven by the power of industrialization. Horsepower is not only a unit of power anymore but it may now as well ...
COP15 Climate Lanterns in Delhi

By Jagori Dhar: As a group of youngsters carrying colorful banners, wearing equally psychedelic clothes, gather at a public meeting in the heart of the national capital, they attract sympathizers ...
jammu4

By Mayank Jain: The state of Jammu and Kashmir is reeling under possibly the worst crises of the century. The waters have started to recede, but #KashmirFloods have wreaked havoc ...
rajasthan

By Saumya Sahni: At a time when one seems to have given up on optimism with regard to India’s future, stories of sheer perseverance act as a silver lining to the ...
Uttarakhand

By Mayank Jain: It was rather startling to hear the prime minister defy the phenomenon of climate change, and let human conscience and our ever changing nature take the blame. ...
people's climate march

By Anshika Srivastava: History is proof of what millions of us can do when we come together as one, and this is one such moment, where all of us — students, ...

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