Sustainable Development

Water for all – Leaving no one behind!

The World Water Day is celebrated every year on 22nd March focusing on the importance of water. This year’s theme, ‘Leaving no one behind’, adapts the centra...

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World leaders discuss resolutions for sustainable consumption and production

Over 4,700 heads of state, ministers, business leaders, senior UN officials and civil society representatives are gathering in Nairobi for a meeting of the world’s top b...

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UNFPA conducts classes to raise awareness on gender equality

Fatime Ali Abakar from the single-sex Lycée de Bol School in Chad told the UN News, “We spoke about puberty and periods and looked at the story of a young girl wh...

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Largest global groundwater depletion happening in northern India

New research has shown that Delhi is at the epicentre of ground water crisis. The Economic Times reports that largest groundwater depletion in the world is happening in northe...

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UN-supported rainwater harvesting helps students perform better

Bagamoyo, a town in Tanzania, East Africa faced a pathetic condition due to rising sea levels, drought, reduced rainfall which made the drinking wells salty. The people who co...

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A Method to produce bumper crops and reduce emissions

Henri de Lalanié, a Jesuit priest, developed a technique that can produce bumper crops while reducing the amount of emissions from a grain that’s responsible for ...

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Melinda Gates and Jack Ma lead UN Panel to discuss the risks and benefits of the Digital Age

The UN chief António Guterres called for a key discussion with the global decision-makers and influencers to highlight the growing risk of international cyber-atta...

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Three interrelated pandemics – obesity, starvation and climate change are ‘burning’ our planet

According to a report released on 27th Jan (Sunday) in The Lancet, the world needs to cope up with new initiatives to fight three interrelated pandemics - obesity, starvation ...

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A new study suggests ‘less meat for people who eat a lot of it, and more for the world’s poor’

Health is common for all. The health of a human determines the health of a planet. In short, it is important to notice what we feed our world that is good for both human healt...

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Need for Clear and Concrete Mechanisms for reducing Air Pollution

According to the World Health Organization, India has nine of the world’s 10 most polluted cities, with hazardous urban smoke. Researchers say the country has ...

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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