Solar Energy Innovation to Curb Pollution in Water Bodies, Rivers, Oceans

Students can contribute a lot to the development of the society and they are providing cutting edge innovation in instances where professionals have been caught napping. Therefore, we need to nurture the creativity and innovative spirit of today’s youth. Their ideas...

World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought: Sustainability is Key

The United Nations has called for urgent action to combat land degradation. It has also called for the need to make sustainable choices for greening the blue and reclaiming land that is getting lost due to deforestation. The World Day to Combat Desertification and...

Dust Storm hits Delhi: CSE Experts Blame Climate Change

Dust Storms hit Delhi. In fact, the whole of North India has been hit by severe dust storms over the past week. Dust Storms have caused the deaths of about 125 people and has injured several others. It particularly hit the national capital Delhi and adjoining areas,...

Mississippi Damned: The Tale of a Lost River Left with only Sound and Fury

Mississippi is a phenomenon. A large body of water flowing down a slope towards the sea is perceived as so many disparate things by different people at different times and places. Some say that if you want to understand the continent, you have to understand this...

Pakistan Water Crisis: Water Shortage is a Myth, Says Environment Expert

I, recently, came across real news about Pakistan, which merit sharing and commenting. According to a July 2017 article by Carole Dalin at the University College, London as well as fellow authors, in the journal Nature, which is the world’s top journal for scientific...

Use Banana Stems for Organic Farming: Innovations in Agriculture

Organic farming is gaining ground every day. People have come up with an innovative idea in rural agriculture development that can help for attaining both the objectives of organic food as well as provide irrigation for farmers: Using banana tree trunks for the...