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By Sopan Joshi:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth They may survive the drought. But they cannot survive government policies. When people have to abandon their ...
Western Ghats

By Pandurang Hegde: Agumbe is a small village perched on the mountain range of Western Ghats in Karnataka. It is also called the Cheerapunji of South India as it receives ...
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By Shambhavi Saxena:  Animal lovers, brace yourselves, because the central government is officially allowing state governments to hunt wild animals. The reason? “In areas where farmers are facing huge problems ...
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Note: This article was originally published on Down To Earth. Omkar Nath Sharma, 77, is a walking medicine bank. The resident of Delhi is called “medicine baba” by many children. ...
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By Garima Kushwaha: Heat waves are becoming more frequent as a result of climate change and India is feeling the effect, says the National Disaster Management Authority on its website. ...
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By Mrinalini Shinde: The Adani Group of India is in the process of building Australia’s largest coal mine at Carmichael in the Galilee basin. The venture has drawn flak from ...
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By Sanskriti Pandey: It is absolutely baffling when the actuality of climate change is questioned. Climate change deniers love to talk about a recent “pause” in global warming, but even ...
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By DTE Staff:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth Analysis by Centre for Science and Environment shows how peak demand for electricity between day and night shows ...
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This World Environment Day, Youth Ki Awaaz started a campaign to support the cause of protecting the environment. Aimed at highlighting the kinship between Nature and Humans, the campaign appealed ...
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By Rishvik Chanda: Shell, the multinational oil and gas company, is all set to start drilling for oil in the Arctic this summer. Exploration for fossil fuels has become a ...
Earth

By Kabir Sharma:  Today, the world is conscious about carbon footprints. And everything has one – from a war, to watching a movie, to eating a fruit, to your shirt. ...
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By Ananya Tewari:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. A total of 13 packets were tested and it was found that 10 contained lead more than ...
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By Richard Mahapatra: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Telangana and Andhra Pradesh could take cue from the state government on reducing number of heat stroke ...
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By Anupam Srivastava:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. “The bureaucrat who does not go home” could have been the headline of a story that was published ...
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By Sunita Narain: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Today, in India, forest protection happens against all odds. There is no economic value seen in forests, ...
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By Maariyah Siddiquee:  What used to be lush green catchment area and a water-hole is now beginning to resemble the white lakes dotting the Kashmir landscapes. Seated at an elevation ...
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By Vijdan Saleem: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Social media has redefined communication and made it even better, especially during emergencies. As Nepal experienced its ...
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By Latha Jishnu:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth Like its other policies, the BJP government’s Land Acquisition Ordinance favours industry at the cost of farmers. ...
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By Sajai Jose: As Greenpeace India struggles to stay afloat, the real reason why the government wants to shut down the global environmental NGO hasn’t got much attention: Coal, the ...
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By Rajat Ghai: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Surgeon Sergio Canavero, director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group in Italy, has been making news for ...
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A chronicle by Sunita Narain with Aruna P Sharma and Jyotsna Singh in Agra Photographs: Vikas Choudhary Infographics: Raj Kumar Singh Note: This article has been republished from Down To ...
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By Mrinalini Shinde: The world is barely coming to terms with the massive tragedy that struck the nation of Nepal on April 25th. The earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter ...

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