International Day of Forests 2019: Lets Learn to Love Forests

The International Day of Forests has been recognized to be on 21st March every year through a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly. The recognition happened on 28 November 2012. Every year, different events are held to mark the occasion. The idea is to...

World Frog Day 2019: Let’s Save the Frogs From Extinction

The World Frog Day 2019 is celebrated by many throughout the globe. The day is observed to raise awareness about frogs: amphibians found on land and water both. This year, it was recognized on March 20, 2019. They are predators and play a crucial role in maintaining...

World Water Day: India faces massive water crisis in next 10 years

India’s water sources are dwindling and there is a water crisis. The depletion causes droughts and worsens agrarian situation in Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka, which are the two worst hit parts. Large parts of Karnataka, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana,...

How to celebrate eco-friendly Holi in 5 simple ways: Save Environment

Water balloons, pichkaris of colors, and gulal are how people celebrate Holi, the vibrant festival of colors. Revelers immerse themselves in mazza and masti (fun). Some food for thought: If a person uses one bucket of water (minimum), that is 15 liters of water. If...

World Sparrow Day 2019: Why is It Necessary to Celebrate it?

The World Sparrow Day is a day particularly marked to create awareness about the house sparrow as well as other common birds in the urban environment. The day is also useful as it brings to focus the worldwide threats to their population. It is observed on 20 March....

European Commission Brussels’ Conference Discusses Circular Economy

The European Commission (EC) and European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) hosted the 2019 European Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference on March 6 and 7 in Brussels. As we move towards a more circular way of approaching production and services instead of a...