2 Nov 2023 12:09 PM GMT
The science behind ‘natural farming’ promotes competition among plants so that they can build soil reservoirs of fungi and bacteria and everything...
19 Oct 2023 12:17 PM GMT
As the world gears up for COP28, there is a need to thoroughly analyse the pitfalls of the previous carbon markets before exploring newer mechanisms
9 Oct 2023 12:08 PM GMT
Carbon market has the potential to unlock billions of dollars for countries in the Global South. But is this voluntary carbon market working for...
22 Sep 2023 12:13 PM GMT
Communities in Rajasthan this year made full use of the very heavy rain that the region saw; there are many lessons to be learnt from this work
22 Aug 2023 12:14 PM GMT
The most important gain from India’s environmentalism has been the voice it has given to its citizens, which serves as the soul of the movement
10 Aug 2023 12:02 PM GMT
There is now no weather pattern for scientists to follow, and humans are exposed to nature’s dictates like never before
18 July 2023 12:18 PM GMT
Lack of enforcement of India’s limited single-use plastic ban, coupled with opacity in the EPR regime, has led to unabated persistence of plastic...
9 Jun 2023 12:57 PM GMT
Population per se is not the determinant of environmental problems; it is their consumption pattern that leads to environmental degradation
5 May 2023 11:23 AM GMT
Giving local communities greater control over water structures could ensure efficient water management — leading to a secure future for humans
11 April 2023 1:13 PM GMT
We need to rethink the practice of exclusion and fortification of the original and western-oriented tiger charter as one which includes the interest...
16 March 2023 12:53 PM GMT
Quickly ramping up cheaper finance through international partnerships should be JET-P’s focus so that the new energy future is clean
7 March 2023 12:52 PM GMT
Why should countries of the western world, which have already appropriated the giant share of the carbon budget, be given a free pass on the continued...