Valentine Day: Lovers! Here is How You Can Go Green

Valentine Day is here and now. Lovers who want to create the perfect moment for special someones have been waiting for it. Here are a few green options to help your sweet heart as well as the planet be happy on this day. These are a few steps that can be followed in...

How to enjoy an environment-friendly green Valentine’s Day

Let’s go green this Valentine’s Day. Climate change threatens the environment and is a major challenge for humanity as gardens, heritage, coastlines, and landscapes continue getting lost to man’s greed. Let’s go for a sustainable and eco-friendly Valentine’s Day this...

Study on Types of Municipal Solid Waste in India by Voice of Environment

Municipal Solid Waste of India includes garbage (food waste), rubbish (paper, plastic, wood, metal, throw-away containers, glass etc.), demolition products (bricks, masonry and pipes), sewage treatment residues, dead animals, manure and other discarded materials. So,...

Exploring Mangalore in India: A Small Coastal Region Called Ullal

The Ullal Town Municipal Council, with a population of about 54,000 is Mangalore sub-district's most populous town municipal council located in Mangalore sub district of Dakshina Kannada district in the state Karnataka in India. The total geographical area of Ullal...

Microplastic Pollution in India Worst in Kerala, Mumbai, Chennai, Goa

At Chennai’s National Institute of Ocean Technology, scientists recorded fluorescent blue and green microplastic particles and fibers in species of marine worms. They get inside the bodies of marine animals. They can cause internal damage. Apart from accumulating...

Municipal Solid Waste Management Is a Big Issue in Assam

Municipal Solid Waste Management is now becoming a major issue for any administration. Especially in growing cities such as Silchar in Assam, India. Population explosion, rapid urbanisation, unscientific town planning and lack of public awareness is adding to the...

Epiphany, Burning the Hag & Wise Men from the East

On, 6th January 2019, was Epiphany, one of the biggest festivals in Italy, which is celebrated by Burning the Hag. The Hag is burnt on a huge bonfire in the middle of the Piazza, the central square, which is the focal point of most Italian towns. In Verona's famed...