Environment

Climate change could make insurance unaffordable for ordinary people

Insurance workers started to warn that climate change could make insurance unaffordable for ordinary people right after the world’s largest reinsurance firm Munich Re - ...

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‘Think beyond, solve different’, ways to end the Climate woes

The world is burning and many people across the world are seeking bolder action on climate change by governments, businesses and investors. The UN Environment focuses on the v...

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India follows China in banning the import of plastic waste

India generates 25,940 tonnes of plastic waste every day. The Indian Government has completely banned the import of solid plastic waste into the country as a step to tack...

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Never Home Alone – more than 5000 other species share your home

Rob Dunn, a 43-year-old American biologist visits a house in Copenhagen to hunt microbial life. He takes a look of Lars Eriksen’s house and makes him realise that he has...

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School students increase green cover by ‘seed-bombing’ Bihar

School children in Bihar are taking initiative in “seed-bombing” their surroundings in order to reverse the fast depleting green-cover of the planet. The depletion...

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“Don’t burn our future,” protest thousands of students across UK

Thousands of youngsters hit the streets of Britain on the 15th of February (Friday) for some environmental action. Students from 60 cities and towns were on strike, demanding ...

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What’s for the environment in the 2019 Interim Budget?

The interim budget, presented by Finance Minister Piyush Goyal, makes an effort in including several broad environmental objectives in its long-term vision for 2030. For ...

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NOAA: “Winter storms don't prove that global warming isn't happening.”

The extreme cold which covered the US Midwest last week was termed to be a “deep freeze” which urged many to wonder if it’s due to global warming. The condit...

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Davos 2019: Sir Attenborough and Prince William question World Leaders on the Environmental Crisis

On Monday, 21st January, Sir David Attenborough and Prince William met in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland discussing the factors of huma...

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Your morning cup of coffee may be at risk

Scientists have found that more than 60% of the world’s coffee plants are in the edge of extinction. As reported by the BBC, more than 100 types of coffee trees grow nat...

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Climate change could make insurance unaffordable for ordinary people

Insurance workers started to warn that climate change could make insurance unaffordable ...

March 25 2019

Indian gay film Evening Shadows’ journey unstoppable

Evening Shadows, the multiple award-winning Indian feature film about a son coming out t...

March 22 2019

Water for all – Leaving no one behind!

The World Water Day is celebrated every year on 22nd March focusing on the importance of...

March 22 2019