The India Pavilion at COP 25 is themed on celebrating 150 years of the birth anniversary of Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
One third of all food produced is wasted. Here are some methods to ensure reduction in food waste and preventing this carbon crime.
He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything. – Thomas Carlyle In my previous article on this topic, I highlighted an aspects of urban lifestyle which is proving a menace to the society. Long working hours, eating processed junk food and no physical work is […]
Pruning is the process of selective removal of parts of plants like buds, branches or roots. There are many reasons to it including deadwood removal, shaping, improving or maintaining their health, preparing nursery specimens for transplanting and increasing yields or quality of flowers and fruits.
Urban lifestyle is degrading the health standards of our country. Certainly, the lifestyle diseases will indirectly affect the economy. So, it’s high time that we direct our energies towards healthier eating habits and adopt work-out regimes.
Water Wheels, an innovative concept to help rural women in India prevent carrying water on their head and hurting themselves.
The World Day to Combat Desertification was recently observed on 17th June. The day is being celebrated every year since 1995 to promote public awareness relating to international cooperation to combat desertification and the effects of drought. The present decade is also being marked as the UN Decade for Deserts […]
The power of the youth needs to be channelized through Environment education in order to ensure environmental protection and sustainable development.
The development of a nation’s economy and more comfortable lifestyles of the people of that nation go hand in hand. Economic development at the outset, is thus a required transition. However, enormous population growth worldwide in the second half of the twentieth century has aggravated the factors that threaten human […]