The ongoing year 2019 is witnessing five UN International Decades which are themed on the topic of Environment.
17 June is celebrated as World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought as part of the United Natios Convention to Combat Desertification.
Neonyt Fashion Trade Fair is ushering in a new era of sustainable fashion, as a response to the global call for green action.
The National Geographic is launching an all-female expedition team to study Sea to Source plastic pollution in River Ganga.
Wetlands International South-Asia is inviting applications from Environmental Experts for filling two positions in its Delhi Office.
On World Water Day 2019, the Infographic depicting the Drinking Water Challenge in India has been put together by Piramal Sarvajal.
If your RWA, institution, media house, etc. has taken considerable initiatives towards water conservation, this is your chance to speak out!
The current sewage generation for Delhi is 327 crore litres per day against the existing treatment capacity of 276 crore litres per day.
The Katowice agreement provides a solid roadmap with a set of rules for the international community to address the environmental challenges.
One place which relies heavily on the glacial melt-water is the Andean highlands of Bolivia, Chile and Peru.
Mina’s passion to change how people think about water and have a world where there is enough water for everyone is what keeps her going.
The Award is conferred by for the work that the company is doing to address key issues facing the world today.