If China continues to work in this secrecy mode, it will continue to harm and put at risk citizens from around the world.
Mount Kailash is located in the upper Himalayas and is a fragile ecosystem. Any development around this place by China could be catastrophic.
There is a direct relationship between wildlife markets and the spread of diseases like the novel Coronavirus that has engulfed the Planet.
More than 0.3 million people have died from Coronavirus. We look at what are the top 10 countries affected with Covid-19 as of 22 May 2020.
Some researchers believe that bats are responsible, others believe that the virus was accidentally released from a Lab making AIDS vaccine.
Our Earth is in immense distress due to the pandemic COVID-19. Coronavirus is a group of viruses that cause infection in areas like nose, sinuses or upper throat. They are called coronaviruse because their microscopic view looks like a crown. COVID-19 is a disease that doctors describe as a respiratory […]
The first pandemic took place during the WWI destruction. The Chinese COVID-19 Pandemic seems to be another warning shot by Mother Nature.
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.
China suffered one of its worst famines as a consequence of the complete extinction of sparrows, which were killed as part of a Government campaign.
Don’t dismiss air pollution as someone else’s environmental problem. Here are five steps how you can #beatairpollution this Environment Day.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi being handed over the Bodhi Tree sapling at the Big Wild Goose Pagoda at Shaanxi Province in Xi’an, China. The Chinese President Mr. Xi Jinping is also present to witness the handing over.
With an average elevation of 16,000 ft, Tibet is the highest region on the face of the Planet, and for this reason, is sometimes referred to as the roof of the world. With geo-political changes adding more to the already climate change impacted Tibetan region, things are not doing too good here. At the forefront of the impacts of this change is India, where not only do rivers feed millions of its citizens, they are also of religious and cultural significance.