” A story I would like to share” Nature, YES. The most wonderful gift from divine or maybe the divine himself. There can’t be anything more wonderful, beautiful and precious thing as mother nature. And for me, nature have been my partner, bestest of friends.I have always been a person who enjoys most of her […]
In the years of our Indian history there as always been few groups of people coming up and voicing out their concern for the environment and fighting for it. Standing up against deforestation and destruction of their habitat. Some of those are the chipko movement, ecofeminism etc.
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has exposed our vulnerabilities on multiple levels. But with any luck, it may also serve as a wake-up call. Grubbing out ecosystems and perpetuating grim illegal wildlife trade not to mention the worst excesses of factory farming — dislodge and facilitate new deadly diseases. At the same time, our […]
Climate change is the devastating condition in which the particular chain of climate becomes uncertain due to human intervention.
The use of ink typed receipts with no way of recycling paper can cause great damage against the waste management by no route of recycling. It puts a dead end to the used paper, making it inevitable to reuse or recycle. Adversely increasing the deforestation to make up the loss of not getting reused or recycled paper. The digital bill and receipts may make it easier on the save tress projects. And decrease the deforestation, energy spent on recycling and also lessens the burden of waste management.
We all can practice some important actions to help conserve nature and reduce our carbon footprint, to preserve our own well-being, and to guarantee that natural resources are available for future generations. International groups of scientists, working on various environmental issues, provided ideas what we can do to help conserve nature. Those ideas were grouped into three main categories: 1. Actions to reduce our ecological footprint; 2. Actions to conserve nature; 3. Actions to connect with nature.
The removal of standing forests: Deforestation(The United States Environmental Protection Agency), happens for a number of reasons and has massive hazardous consequences that affect the Earth
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.