Tuesday, January 31, 2023


Climate Change

The meat industry and climate change

As the population increases, the demand for food also increases creating a problem for planet Earth and life as we know it

‘धधकती धरती’ जीवन के लिए बड़े ख़तरे का संकेत

आज धरातल पर बन रही स्थिति को ध्यान से देखें तो दुनिया का कोई भी महाद्वीप बढ़ते तापमान के चलते वहां पर हो रहे जलवायु परिवर्तन से अछूता नहीं बचा है, हालात यह हो गये हैं कि हर वक्त बर्फ़ की मोटी चादर में लिपटे रहने वाला अंटार्कटिक महाद्वीप में भी अब जलवायु परिवर्तन के चलते बहुत ज्यादा परिवर्तन हो रहे हैं

एक साल पहले शिवराज द्वारा शुरू की गई हरित क्रांति आज ले चुकी है जन-आंदोलन का रूप

पौधरोपण अभियान को जन आंदोलन बनाने का ही नतीजा है कि वन क्षेत्र के मामले में मध्यप्रदेश, देश भर में पहले स्थान पर है। हाल ही में जारी हुए फॉरेस्ट सर्वे रिपोर्ट 2021 में बताया गया है कि क्षेत्रफल के हिसाब से मध्यप्रदेश का वन क्षेत्र पूरे प्रदेश के भौगोलिक क्षेत्र का 25.14 प्रतिशत है।

Is India’s climate finance structure in alignment with its climate goals? walking its climate ?

There are solutions available today and India had successfully started leaning towards use of clean power, low-carbon transport, energy efficient buildings, and climate-smart agriculture; that can create clean, healthy, and safe jobs for millions, leading the way to a greener future.

Indian celebrities turning over a new leaf

In a special report published in 2019, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the UN climate body, found that plant-based diets are a “major opportunity” for mitigating climate change, and recommended that countries reduce meat consumption.

When electricity had no use!

Reflections on Earth day - how our life changed in last few decades and its cost on environment.

Delayed today, disaster tomorrow

Recent reports point out that India is set to witness a radical increase in tropical cyclones, thunderstorms, heat waves, floods and droughts in India unless climate change mitigation measures are adopted rapidly. But surveys in the past have suggested that Indians continue to be sparsely aware of climate change and its consequences. Any impactful change can only occur when there is consistent pressure from the bottom up, and raising further awareness around climate change is therefore an agenda of immense importance. As the coronavirus pandemic has lately proven, the media plays a vital role in shaping public opinion and modifying public behaviour. Our article, 'Delayed Today, Disaster Tomorrow', makes the case that the Indian media landscape as a whole can see the climate crisis as a window of opportunity and use its centrality to educate the population, eventually giving rise to a public movement in favour of greater climate mitigation actions.

Thinning the line between natural & man-made disasters

As climate change and unsustainable development have become totems of environmental deterioration, humanity continues to incur the wrath of nature through an uneven distribution of rainfall, longer than usual spells of drought, and frequent earthquakes.

The great game of survival

With the ever-increasing population and of course the awesome material advancements, we have progressed a lot in the last few decades. The situation is however literally rosy. Which means that there are quite a few prickly thorns.

Revisiting Indian cultural ethos to save the environment

In this time of crisis, the world can look up to Indian cultural practices. The traditional knowledge of this land is exemplary and has always guided the human race to take from nature only for their need and not for their greed.

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