Indian architecture is known for employing building techniques that are in harmony with the local environment.
The Hon’ble President of India welcomed and addressed teh 17th Lok Sabha in the Parliament of India on 20 June 2019.
Following are some of the key environmental challenges and problems as viewed by the Indian youth of today.
The ongoing year 2019 is witnessing five UN International Decades which are themed on the topic of Environment.
The environmental problems of today are the creation of the capitalist systems and the vicious cycle of consumerism and pollution.
The legacy of global celebration of World Environment Day was started in 1974 and hosted by China, the theme this year is Beat Air Pollution.
17 June is celebrated as World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought as part of the United Natios Convention to Combat Desertification.
India does not have an effective and comprehensive Green Building Code. Green Building Laws and Codes in our country are voluntary.
Do you get annoyed if you see garbage piling up in your house for more than a day if the waste collector is on leave? Maybe yes. But have you ever given a thought that does our trash really go away when we hand it over to the waste pickers? […]
Plastic recycling is a process of recovering different types of plastic material in order to reprocess them into other products.
Reusing plastic saves energy by using materials again without any changes and does not create environmental pollution.
The best way to reduce the amount of plastic waste entering our oceans is to cut it at source and reduce the use of single-use plastic.