Pollution monitoring shows green areas in Delhi have much higher PM2.5 levels than road intersections during the early hours.
Farmers in India have neither proper infrastructure nor the government’s support. They are continuously struggling for survival.
Mobile apps that help car owners to offer rides to strangers are a big hit.
An area that used to be a barren piece of land 30 years ago is now a 1360 acre forest, home to 5 royal Bengal tigers and a migratory route for 100 elephants.
Forty-two percent of the adults who consumed alcohol, presented behaviour consistent with Alcohol Use Disorder.
The World Bank has approved loan worth US $ 1.5 billion for the Swachh Bharat Mission Support Operation Project.
This shocking video reveals what actually goes in a Norwegian fur farm and at what cost humans consume fur products.
This infographic shows the vicious cycle of how our waste impacts the ocean, in many harmful ways.
The much-awaited Paris Agreement on climate change was adopted by all members of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on Saturday.
The problem of lethal air pollution has led the Delhi government to announcing an odd-even number plate-based system for traffic movement.
The World Bank sees 189 million Indians living in poverty by 2030. Climate change could push that number to 234 million.
Both cities might have air pollution issues, but Delhi is way behind Beijing as far as awareness and solutions are concerned.
Young people are engaging with policy makers on a one-on-one basis at the UN meeting on Climate Change, popularly known called COP21 in Paris.
Global warming and climate change had little to do with the flood in Chennai. An analysis shows how 4o years of urbanisation is the main culprit.
As Tamil Nadu continues to battle floods, you can do your bit for Chennai.
At the climate conference in Paris rumours are rife that developed countries will try to trap India and hold it responsible for all failures.
As the UN climate talks begin, a few glimpses of the Melbourne Climate March which took place on 27th November.
In a fight between BJP-led policy and UPA-led policy, the environment is the loser. What does that mean for us?
Farming consultancies are cropping up in urban areas as households opt for rooftop farms and gardens for cleaner food and environment.
The Degrowth India Initiative was started in August this year by Arpita and me, two students of Ecological Economics.
Gujarat trader makes affordable sanitary napkins and develops India's first machine to hygienically dispose them.