A circular economy is a systemic approach to economic development designed to benefit businesses, society, and the environment. In contrast to the ‘take-make-waste’ linear model, a circular economy is regenerative by design and aims to gradually decouple growth
In 2010, leaders from 196 countries gathered in Japan and agreed on lists of goals designed to save the Earth. The Aichi Biodiversity Targets laid out a 10 year plan to conserve the world’s biodiversity, promote sustainability and
From children in Jharkhand risking their lives to mine Mica for your makeup, to depleting atmospheric oxygen level and destroying marine life – the list of the harmful effects of the makeup and skincare industry is quite long.
It is not a lesser-known fact anymore that approximately 4-12 million tons of plastic are found in the ocean every year which not only threatens our marine life by posing a risk of development of diseases but also
Plastic was discovered for serving mankind. It is cheap, long lasting, no fear of broken. It is replaced with glass, clay. But its excess use and improper dispose after discard becomes a threat for our ecosystem. Plastic begins
Unsustainable ways of disposing plastic have seemed to cause immeasurable danger to our biodiversity. Taking an incredibly long time to degrade, plastic eventually ends up in landfills and water bodies, thus becoming a major reason for endangerment and
I remember back in 2012-13, when I was in standard 8, everyday I would wake up to the mellifluous chirping of this ever so cute, amicable and chirpy house-sparrows! But I have hardly witnessed any since the last
Biodiversity is vital to the survival of all life on earth and is also the cornerstone for the goods and services of the environment that allow human societies to thrive. Each year, marine plants produce more than half