E-Waste management in India

E-Waste management in India E-waste is technically all waste electrical and equipment (WEEE) discarded without the intent of reuse. E-waste Crisis: E-waste is growing at a compound yearly development rate (CAGR) of about 30% in the nation. Assocham...

Forests: Our Future

Forest is just not a place to visit, but it is our home. To build a sustainable and climate-resilient future for all, we must invest our time and energy...

Marine pollution: What, Why, and How?

The Bangkok Declaration deals with Combating Marine Debris in the ASEAN Region. The declaration was adopted by the leaders of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, which includes four of the world’s...

Launch of Low-cost device for ocean states forecast and mapping potential fishing zones

For effective and seamless dissemination of emergency data and communication on Potential Fishing Zones (PFZ), disaster alerts, and Ocean States Forecasts (OSF) to fishermen, the Government of India had launched the...

What is Energy Diplomacy and how do we strengthen the same?

Energy diplomacy refers to any diplomatic movement intended to upgrade access to energy assets. We will be energy secure when we can gracefully lifeline energy to every one of our residents independent of their...

Reasons for Environmental Crimes and Solutions

Environmental crimes are relatively a new area of criminology that is showing an alarming rise in the number of cases in recent years. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, environmental crimes...
Carbon Footprint

Green Stimulus

Background: A large-scale demand stimulus is needed to achieve the V-shaped economic recovery that India currently needs.  The green stimulus can create demand, solve air pollution...

Aurora Borealis and its effect on the Ozone layer| Environment |Ozone Day

What exactly is Aurora? An Aurora is a natural light display in the sky. It is caused by the collision of charged particles coming from space with the collision...

National Policy on Bio-fuels

The Union Cabinet has approved National Policy on Bio-fuels – 2018. Categorization: The Policy categorizes bio-fuels as ▪ “Basic Bio-fuels” viz. First Generation (1G) bio-ethanol & biodiesel. ▪ “Advanced Biofuels” – Second Generation (2G) ethanol,...

National Population Policy: Population Growth – Boon or Bane to India’s growth

Backdrop India launched the family planning program way back in 1952 and it had become the first country in the world to do so. First National population policy, 1976- Legal minimum age of marriage...

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