Seeing a Lion almost 8 feet long and 4 feet in height passing by you at a distance of a mere 25 feet, gives you goose bumps and your heart starts to pound.
The micro grid will involve 100 kilowatts of solar panels supplying affordable, sustainable and round the clock electricity to 350 households in Dharnai
You Think We Don’t Kill Sharks, They Kill Us? Here’s Your Myth Buster About These Beautiful Creatures
For years, sharks have been captured, finned and been thrown back into oceans, left to die a painful death
The total prize money for various categories is 26 lakh Indian rupees. The prize money will help winners to transform their idea into a business reality.
It is imperative such good news keeps on coming; no guts and all glory, at least in the e-waste arena, could go a long way in boosting the Indian morale.
“What should I do when I see trees being felled, Yamuna being dirtied, powerful lobbies polluting this city?”
Sustainable fashion is a part of the larger trend of sustainable design- a trend that could last multiple seasons. After all Green is the new black!
There are high risks involved in mining, storing and processing the nuclear materials.
BRAI Bill Is Designed Only To Benefit Genetically Modified Crops: 4 Lakh People Demand Its Withdrawal
It is designed to lower the regulatory bar to give a free hand to biotech giants like Monsanto to push in their GM crops and take control of our seeds.
If humans are so acutely affected by this radiation, so would other animals and birds in urban habitats, which in all obviousness would include the sparrow
Getting an India specific version of these apps could assist the tech-savvy population of our country in adopting greener behaviour.
When this local movement went global, it was purely due to the dedication and sheer will of the Dongria Kondh who refused to leave their home.
The Arctic is warming up at a rate almost double the global average. Last year, the summer sea ice melted to an unprecedented extent.
The roar that reverberates through the forests of Sariska today is probably the lament of a larger populace, which is on its last straw.
The government worked hand-in-glove with Vedanta Resources, now a decade later, it is evident that no one stands to win.
The recent dilution of rules by MoEF regarding clay and ordinary earth mining needs urgent attention.