Article - 26 Nov 2018
Localized pollutions are smaller scale environmental incidents that cause pollution. While the inciting offence may be as small as a farmer illegally pouring milk into a river, the consequences of...
Article - 12 Nov 2013
Recent estimates suggest that around 3 billion people across the world rely on open fires or primary cook stoves that are fueled by solid biomass or coal.
Article - 20 Jan 2008
Biomass is defined as any organic material produced by the growth of microorganisms, plants or animals, and it can be converted into usable forms of energy.
Article - 27 Dec 2007
The climate of the Earth has changed many times during the history of planet, with occurrences ranging from ice ages to long periods of warmth.
Article - 9 Mar 2020
Climate change is an umbrella term for the shift of weather phenomena associated with an increase in global average temperatures.
Article - 18 Feb 2020
An ecobrick is very simple: gather all of the materials you cannot recycle at home or locally, and pack them as tightly as you can into a plastic bottle.
Article - 23 Apr 2019
Of all the freshwater resources (which is about 2% of total water) available in the world, maximum of it (~70%) is utilized for irrigation purposes.
Article - 3 Dec 2018
Dementia is gaining tremendous importance as a healthcare burden, and causes over 12% of deaths in several countries.
Article - 28 May 2018
Plastic is an essential part of our daily lives today. There are few materials which can match the flexibility, versatility, lightness, and affordability of plastic. But what we cannot ignore is the...
Article - 31 Mar 2017
The future of clean technology is promising, and while we cannot correct the damage that has already been done, there is still hope in our ability to adapt for the better.