World Elephant Day: Stop Human-Animal Conflict, Habitat Loss, Poaching

Killing an elephant is very easy, ivory poachers and hunters have shown that time and again. But it’s a different story altogether to create one. The World Elephant Day was launched on 12 August 2012 globally to draw attention and support for conservation of Asian and...

World Elephant Day 2018: Let’s Pledge to Save These Magnificent Animals

Wildlife has been at the receiving end in the event of untamed development and human-animal conflict. Poaching has been a big environmental issue in India and is rampant. The World Elephant Day was set up on 12 August 2012 to mobilize support for conservation of Asian...

Floods in India and Farmer Suicides due to Climate Change, Global Warming

In recent times, climate change has become an acute threat to human existence and livelihood. Increasing incidences of climate change impacts such as floods, heat waves, droughts, natural calamities are not only fatal to human and animal lives but they are also...

Tamil Nadu Beaten by Karnataka as Top Renewable and Solar Energy Hub

The Indian State of Karnataka has left behind another South Indian state Tamil Nadu as far as renewable energy capacity addition is concerned. It has left behind the other by 1.7 Giga Watt by the end of March 2018. This disclosure has been made in a new report by...

Indian safeguard Duty On Imported Solar Panels Will Raise Tariffs

The notification by the Finance Ministry to put on safeguard duty on imported solar panels will lead to increase in tariffs of future projects in India as well as affect competitiveness of the overall power sector, says a study by a research institute. The research...

How Urban Air Pollution Can Damage A Growing Foetus and Baby

Nothing else can produce the joy and love, an incomparable feeling, that Motherhood allows. Being a mother is the most beautiful and divine emotion in the world. It is something that must be felt and can never be described in the words. When a baby comes into a...

Strengthen Forest Rights for Climate Change Action: Draft Forest Policy

By Ranjan K Panda -- There has been a new wave of admiration in India of our traditional knowledge, which has emerged in public discourse. But it’s not reflected in ways the State wants to manage our own forests. Politicians, intellectuals, and bureaucrats publically...