I never voted for my leaders on the basis of their commitment to the cause of environment, never sought it on their agendas and manifestoes. Perhaps this time.
Little things do lead to big changes. You just need to believe in it. Ultimately, itâ€™s your belief that counts.
Cutting down forests in either of the countries will have similar impacts which are bound to affect not just a country or a continent but life on the planet
Dolphins have unusually high intelligence as compared to other animals, and therefore should be treated as â€œnon-human persons
India has been facing widespread criticism both from abroad and from within regarding her stand on global climate change negotiations.
Have you observed the unpredictable weather patterns? Have you ever pondered over number of deaths due to heatstroke and cold waves?
Either we mend our ways and start planning for the climate change or we get wiped off the face of the Earth.
In the past three-four months where we have not only thwarted important agreements but also failed to take responsibility of stopping the climate change
‘Free The Arctic 30′ Echoed From 30 Cities In India, In Solidarity With The Jailed Environmental Activists
Cutting across geographies, this event of solidarity is testimony to believing in the right, no matter how difficult it may seem in the beginning.
Does the government really need to ask Amir Khan and Vidya Balan to tell us how important cleanliness and sanitation are?
Lack of awareness and poor planning has been a major contributor to the casualties.
Not only does this involve diverting water from several water reserves, but it is also reported to have polluted several aquifers and water tables.
Global protests call for the release of the Arctic 30 as masked men break into the grounds of the Greenpeace office.
The consumption of fertilizers in India over the last three decades has grown to half a million tonnes on an average per year.
His vision? To eradicate plastic usage by approaching individuals of local communities and urging them to change their behaviour.
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It is worth remembering that, according to official data, residents of Mumbai get 158 litres of water per day per person on an average.