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The Amazon rainforest holds a massive amount of the world’s oxygen, is burning at a huge rate.

Drought is a complex and a natural hazard encroaching slowly with significant and pervasive socio-economic and environmental impacts. It is known to cause more deaths and displace more people than any other natural disaster.

The Keeling Curve is a graph that represents the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in Earth’s atmosphere since 1958. The Keeling Curve is named after its creator, Dr. Charles David Keeling. 

Palm oil is in enormous demand. It is used in everything from cosmetics to food to soap. But it is hugely controversial as tropical rainforests are cleared to grow palm oil plantations.

Thousands of small scale to bigger industrial units very often dumps their toxic and hazardous waste, in open spaces and nearby water sources.

Humans are not-so-rational and often need encouragement or intervention — a nudge — to get going and do what’s best for the country or society at large.

Microplastics (particles of plastic less than 5 mm in size. Around 150 million tons of plastic litter has entered rivers and oceans worldwide,

Plastics have helped improving living standards, hygiene and nutrition around the world.

The term “shadow bank” was initially used to describe risky off-balance-sheet vehicles hatched by banks to sell loans repackaged as bonds.

Reforestation is considered to be the best way to control climate change as plants absorb the climate-warming gases from Earth’s atmosphere as they grow.

Manual scavenging is the act of cleaning sewers or removal of waste from toilets without the use of safety equipment.

Plastic being cheap, lightweight, strong and malleable is widely used in a wide variety of applications,

India needs to develop a productive, competitive, diversified and sustainable agriculture sector at an accelerated pace

A Heat Wave is a period of abnormally high temperatures, more than the normal maximum temperature


Rise in energy demand due to urbanization and economic development is leading to enhanced Green House Gas (GHG) emissions.

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