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We know the air we breathe is toxic. Bengaluru-based start-up Ambee tells us just how much 

Ambee has installed over 500 sensors all over India. The start-up has air quality data for over one lakh pincodes across 65 countries. This is how they do what they do extremely efficiently

Published on 24th May 2020
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WWF India's Model Conference of Parties will show children the way towards a more sustainable world

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar is the chief guest on day one of the conference which falls on International Day for Biological Diversity, that is, May 22. You will be joining in, right? 

Published on 21st May 2020
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COVID-19 lockdown caused a 17 per cent decline in global carbon emissions, suggests a new study

The authors tested for three scenarios of easing out of the lockdown later this year, and found that the world could be on course for a 4-7 per cent drop in the total emissions by the end of 2020

Published on 20th May 2020
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Climate change, human activities may have influenced super cyclone Amphan

Koll said these high temperatures could supercharge a cyclone since tropical cyclones primarily draw their energy from evaporation at the ocean surface

Published on 19th May 2020
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Donate to Kerala's Shikara community to survive COVID, get a loving boat ride on the backwaters in return 

COVID-19 has been harsh on the travel industry and small communities like the Shikara community in Kerala are facing the consequences. This fundraiser aims to help them

Published on 16th May 2020
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Why AnantU's Climate Action Fellowship could bring out the planeteer in you

Rashmi Patil chats with Dr Miniya Chatterji, a sustainability expert, about Fellowship for Climate Action and how they plan on nurturing the next generation of climate leaders

Published on 13th May 2020
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Monsoons, cyclones can be predicted more accurately now, says IISc study

They noted that the study in the Bay of Bengal served as a blueprint for future observational campaigns that aim to determine the scale and impact of weather systems

Published on 30th April 2020
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Calling Gen Z: Why you need Worldview's ongoing interactive sessions to lend insight into gender diversity, global citizenship 

On till May 5, these online sessions organised by Hyderabad-based start-up Worldview is being helmed by experts from various fields who are going live through the EdTech platform's online platform 

Published on 27th April 2020
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How Bengaluru's Indian Music Experience has taken their craft and classes online

We speak to Manasi Prasad, Director, Indian Music Experience in Bengaluru to know how they have explored online classes to help students and trying to make their exhibits virtually available 

Published on 23rd April 2020
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40 global universities form Climate Alliance to accelerate action

The Climate Alliance will provide a central hub for universities to share the latest climate research with the public

Published on 23rd April 2020
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Pledge to work towards a cleaner, healthier planet: PM Narendra Modi on Earth Day

Besides this, the Prime Minister also gave a "shout out to all those working at the forefront to defeat COVID-19"

Published on 22nd April 2020
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Here's why this conservationist thinks that the Coronavirus outbreak is only a temporary win for the animal kingdom

Conservationist Dr Shekhar Kumar Niraj discusses what the Coronavirus outbreak has taught humanity and why this change is not permanent

Published on 15th April 2020
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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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