It is pretty evident from our growing environmental issues that global warming has hit us like a storm. And one of the prime focuses right now has to be our melting glaciers which contribute to about one-fourth of survival of flora and fauna in the world.
In today’s times, Tribals are regarded as primitive beings. But they are the very few communities who have survived the rough side of Indian environmental history. And they should be duly appreciated for their contributions in the sustainable development fabric of the country.
Preservation of the land we reside in is equally important for us as much as it is for the flora and fauna. We are not far away from desertification and if permanent measures are not taken in time, the coming generations will have no land resources to thrive on.
The debate around plastic is never ending, as it is the biggest source of deathly danger for the world. The handling of Plastic Waste in our country is going down by the minute and thus, on this March 11th, 2021, the Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) issued the drafting of Plastic Waste […]
With the advent of large water bodies and their individualistic issues, the focus has shifted from the importance of small water bodies, like lakes, rivers and ponds. The biodiversity that resides in them demands to be protected at all costs for survival of all living and aquatic life in the coming generations.
Feminine hygiene is a serious matter in maintaining safe and sanitized surroundings for us to reside in. Women being primary caretakers of the households and rural properties, it is of utmost importance that their sanitation is taken care of with appropriate provision of water, clean toilets and menstrual hygiene.