On Friday Rameshwar Prasad Gupta, the ministry’s senior-most civil servant said that “Our ask is this there should be a compensation for expenses incurred and it should be borne by developed nations.”
Trees are a lifeline of the mother Earth. Hence, it is our duty to protect the environment so that earth can become habitable and sustainable use of resources and development should be the agenda. Continue reading The lifeline trees: “Protection of trees is the protection of life”
The energy crisis in India is not surprising in entirety as many structural problems in the power sector have contributed to the present situation- like long time monopoly in coal mining operations which sums up to an over-dependence on a single entity for domestic supply, failure to find long term alternatives for the rising energy demands the renewable energy scale-up is still far from achieving it’s desired ends. Continue reading Decoding India’s Energy Crisis
This volcanic eruption has begun on Monday night. It has destroyed at least 100 houses, injuries have been reported, slowly lava ashes covering villages.
The thin blanket of ozone particles in the atmosphere of the earth is crucial as it absorbs the harmful ultraviolet(UV-B) radiations reaching the earth, which causes sunburn. Naked exposure to high levels of UV-B for a long period threatens human health and damages most animals, plants, and microbes, so the ozone layer protects all life on Earth. Continue reading World Ozone Day 2021: a brush up on the crucial topic
The motoring industry is experiencing its most significant transformation since Henry Ford began turning the first production line back in 1913.
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