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Meet the YouTuber twins from Bhopal who are helping young people stay engaged during lockdown 

Navya and Bhavya Singh, who are also authors and popular YouTubers as well, talk about how children can get through the lockdown period and why they need their parents support every step of the way 

Published on 13th April 2020
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Melbourne University reserachers find risk of armed conflict higher after climate-related disasters

According to the researchers from the University of Melbourne, the risk for armed conflict is higher after a climate-related disaster

Published on 5th April 2020
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What did we achieve? Here's why Dr S Janakarajan is tired of inaction after decades of climate campaign

Prof Janakarajan did his Post-Doctoral work at the Cornell University and has been a visiting professor at the Oxford University. He is a dedicated climate warrior who continues to bat for the cause 

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Water Warriors: Why the Water Gandhi's long march towards water literacy will leave you heartened

Ayyappa Masagi has spent more than 30 years in search of answers to India's water scarcity problem. We find out more about his solutions

Published on 16th March 2020
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Women's Day: How these women are cleaning the country up, literally 

IIHS and TNUSSP have come together to to celebrate our women working in the sanitation department and have launched a social media campaign to bring more attention to their work

Published on 8th March 2020
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NABARD sanctions 35 lakhs to IIT Mandi for setting up three farmer producer bodies in Himachal

The MoA signed by three organisations is a result of the brainstorming meetings held between Dec 2019 and Feb 2020 to identify the key areas related to farm and non-farm sectors in Himachal Pradesh

Published on 2nd March 2020
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Behind the Josh Talks: Meet the people who put the josh into all those YouTube videos

"The process, which has been full of highs and lows, has taught me many things and I continue to learn something new every day," says the Co-founder of Josh Talks Supriya Paul about her learnings 

Published on 1st March 2020
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Meet the Coimbatore scientist who just had a species of grass from Rajasthan named after him

C Kunhikannan, born in Kerala's Kasargod, presently heads the committee for rehabilitation and reclamation plan for iron ore mines in three districts of Karnataka 

Published on 2nd March 2020
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Living in a disaster-prone area? Here's how to be prepared

Living in a disaster-prone area is even worse because the risks of natural disasters happening are twice bigger. And, you need to be ready at all times

Published on 24th February 2020
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If your plane flies 2000 feet lower or higher it will help save the climate, says study

The diversion in flight paths caused less than a tenth of a per cent increase in fuel consumption. However, the researchers said the reduced contrail formation more than offset the CO2 released

Published on 14th February 2020
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On Valentine's Day, lovebirds in Patna may exchange 'pyaar ka paudha' in line with a state government initiative

Couples in the capital of Bihar are being encouraged to exchange a sapling instead of roses during this year's Valentine's Day

Published on 13th February 2020
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With climate changes issues, sustainable development is the need of the hour: Kaushik Raju 

Kaushik Raju,Technical Director of Atria Institute of Technology in Bengaluru speaks about his entrepreneurial journey and today's education system where he wants to implements new teaching methods

Published on 13th February 2020
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 From being a group of SRM students, how NGO Thuvakkam is now taking Politics and Eco Policy to Govt school kids

Started as a student initiative, Tamil Nadu-based NGO Thuvakkam is now creating impactful citizens out of school children with their classes and intuitive programmes

Published on 5th February 2020
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These five school kids from Bengaluru are all set to revive the Doddasanne lake

The initiative is part of 'World Federation of United Nations (WFUNA), Mission Possible' project which focuses on helping and supporting communities under 17 sustainable development goals (SDG)

Published on 30th January 2020
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Why Mysuru photographer Samanvitha Rao believes that butterflies can teach us about climate change

Engineer-turned-photographer Samanvitha Rao has shot around 200 pictures of butterflies. She tells us why the climate is essential to preserve these creatures and the individual's role in saving them

Published on 29th January 2020

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