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How Photo Pollution Is Impacting Planet Earth

We have lost our connection to the night-time skies, the stories woven into star-studded skies, the sense of stillness, the awe of the twinklin...

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Aarey Wah!

The government's decision to shift the Metro car shed has met with cheers from environmentalists and activists. These torchbearers speak to Read More

Cigarette Butts are not just killing you, but the Environment too

Plastics are finally being recognised as the major pollutant in use and have resulted in ban in many countries as of now. Yet another, bigger p...

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Why Modi Government's Renaming Frenzy is a Political Act of Invasion

You have a right to name that which you have built. But no right to rename that which has been built by oth...

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Making Nature’s Biological Assets Visible And Valuable

There is a two-way fluid and potentially infinite interaction and innovation frontier between Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies and Nat...

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Wetland in Assam under Jeopardy

Wetlands in Assam are repositories of diversity, ecology and livelihood support system of the local people. Located about 30 kms from Upper ...

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Why Thunderstorms are Occurring more Frequently all over the World?

Each year, many people are killed or seriously injured by severe thunderstorms despite the advance warning. While severe thunderstorms are most common in the spring and sum...

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To Deliver Sustainable Development, First Give Up On 'Growth'

The global economy has already outgrown the Earth, writes Jason Hickel. Yet even the UN insists that we need decades of continued economic growth to end poverty. The truth ...

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Green Groups Condemn UN Plan To Use $136m From Climate Fund For Large Dams

Plans to earmark more than $136m (£109m) of UN money for large dam projects in Nepal, Tajikistan and the Solomon Islands have been angrily condemned by activists, who...

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‘De-Extinction’ Is a Bad Idea Because We Can’t Even Take Care of What We’ve Got

Because of climate change and other pressures, species are estimated to be going extinct at a 1,000 times the natural rate. What if we could bring some of them back from th...

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