Small Enterprises Key to Europe’s Decarbonization

The Horizon 2020 funded project, LEAP4SME—Energy audit policies to drive energy efficiency—aims to enhance effective policies for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to undergo energy audits and implement cost-effective, recommended energy-saving measures....

Farmland Expansion May Destroy 25% of Habitat for 1,300 Species In 30 Yrs

Around 90% of the world’s animals, birds, amphibians, and mammals may lose out on their natural habitats due to farm expansion by the year 2050, says a report in reputed journal Nature Sustainability. It shows that without changes in consumption patterns and farming,...

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...

10 things you can do to celebrate pollution free Diwali: Go Green

Civil society groups are coming together all over the country to campaign for a green Diwali and how to celebrate Diwali that is pollution free. The Diwali ban could be the harbinger of a movement against the noise pollution and air contamination unleashed by ear...

How to Foster Love for the Environment in Kids

Kids are quite moldable and we can very well make them understand the role of trees and ecosystem around us. Our future can be either bold and beautiful or dark and dreary. A child is always ready to learn, ready to bask in the nature. All we need to do is to just...

Cool Effect Announces Support of New Carbon Reduction Project in India

Cool Effect, a Bay Area based non-profit fighting the climate crisis announced its support of a new carbon reduction project, a Solar DC Programme located in off-grid rural regions of India. A standout example of Cool Effect’s commitment to scientific integrity and...