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Climate change poses lifelong health risk for children of future generations: Lancelot Countdown report 

The Lancet Countdown is a coalition of 35 major institutions including the World Health Organization and the World Bank

Published on 14th November 2019
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Ocean's superhighways for larval fish polluted with plastic concentrates: Study

While earlier research revealed that adult fish consume plastic, it was not known until now if larval fish also do so, nor the health implications, according to the study

Published on 12th November 2019
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How Team Infieon from SRM is setting the bar for energy-efficient automobiles at the Eco-marathon

Team Infieon Supermileage, the 27-member team from SRM Institute of Science and Technology, is participating in the Shell Eco-marathon or ‘the battle of the ultra-energy-efficient automobiles'

Published on 11th November 2019
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Why Siddharth Singh's book The Great Smog of India is NOT a breath of fresh air!

Currently, Delhi is in the news for having one of the worst AQI among other cities in the world. This book takes things a step further and talks about how much worse things can get

Published on 4th November 2019
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Why did Chandrayaan fail: What Coimbatore Govt School kids asked ISRO scientists during visit 

The children were taken to Thiruvananthapuram by IRCTC and it was the opportunity of a lifetime for them 

 

Published on 1st November 2019
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Wonder who makes those awesome Swiggy food covers? This 'Schmancy' Bengaluru start-up!

With an eye on moving beyond paper packaging to using more sustainable materials like sugarcane and bamboo, the man behind Schmancy believes that we can cut our food plastic usage down to nil in a few

Published on 25th October 2019
Sugarcane bio-bricks | IIT Hyderabad

These researchers from IIT-H, KIIT just created eco-friendly bricks from sugarcane waste. Sweet!

The two researchers found that this brick can cut the 22% CO2 emitted by the construction sector in India, by using agro waste to make bricks. This makes it exceptionally sustainable

Published on 16th October 2019
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Shooting stars: Check out this Odisha workshop for hands-on training by Abhitanshu Soni on clicking the night sky

The workshop in Koraput, Odisha is being organised by the photographer Malay Patra with Discover Koraput in association with Lense Buddies    

Published on 12th October 2019
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Soot yourself: This Bengaluru student just made a device that can clear the soot in the air we breathe

 Ashik S V's soot pollution control device that traps soot content from smoke will be soon installed in Kadirenahalli underpass in Bengaluru and his college will fund this project 

Published on 12th October 2019
Bacteria Research

Shiv Nadar University researchers discover plastic-eating bacteria to tackle global pollution

The research by Dr Priyadarshini and her team has been published in the prestigious scientific journal, RSC (Royal Society of Chemistry) Advances

Published on 10th October 2019
Students in the ship

This ship is voyaging across the country spreading awreness on marine plastics and pollution

FORV Sagar Sampada travelled from Porbander to Puthuvype, spreading awareness on marine plastic pollution

Published on 9th October 2019
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Being Greta Thunberg: How Bengaluru's young climate warriors are actually pretty eco-savvy already

Why do we need to start acting today to save Earth? Some of the youngsters who are working for the cause of climate change speak about the changes they have adopted to reduce the carbon footprint

Published on 2nd October 2019
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How Hyderabad's waste management start-up Crapbin can stop landfills from overflowing

Improper and irresponsible treatment of waste is the biggest threat to the environment at the moment, feels the young entrepreneurs

Published on 1st October 2019
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A letter of solidarity to Greta Thunberg  from the Third World

How dare we allowed the climate to go berserk in the first place? Even though we accept that we destroyed it, we never really bothered to correct it

Published on 28th September 2019
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Global internships and an incubation centre: Why you need to study at Odisha's SICC

SICC aims to develop students to the best of their abilities and create a sense of commitment in them towards the society and the nation
 

Published on 25th September 2019

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