The media will need to heed the plight of pollinators

The media will need to heed the plight of pollinators

"It's not that people are indifferent; it's just that they don't even know about it."

We need to change how we eat and youth are leading the way

We need to change how we eat and youth are leading the way

High meat consumption is also a leading cause of rising non-communicable diseases and harms the climate too.

The year 2020 was the hottest on record, NASA says

The year 2020 was the hottest on record, NASA says

Manmade activities were the primary cause of the warming trend registered throughout last year.

New study links pollution to pregnancy loss in South Asia

New study links pollution to pregnancy loss in South Asia

Pregnancy loss has economic, social and cultural costs for South Asian women and their families, quite apart from the health

Can railways be fully solar-powered?

Can railways be fully solar-powered?

Trains are the most efficient mode of transportation we have. They can be even more efficient.

Lockdowns ‘didn’t improve’ air pollution as much as thought

Lockdowns ‘didn’t improve’ air pollution as much as thought

Only a systematic approach to controlling air pollution can deliver long-lasting results. 

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The open burning of waste poses grave health risks to millions

Uncontrolled burning of waste is particularly widespread in low- and middle-income countries.

Indigenous people in the US hope to save salmon by removing dams

Salmon in the Klamath River in the United States were once abundant. They no longer are.

Environmentalists bewildered by EU approach to meat consumption and Farm to Fork

Animal rights advocates and environmentalists across Europe have been left scratching their heads after news broke of a ‘Beefatarian’ campaign for which the European Union has set aside over €3 million to target consumers in Belgium, France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain. Of course, the new clip celebrating, and even promoting, the consumption of red meat […]

Habitat loss is driving human-elephant conflicts in Thailand

Elephants feature prominently in religious and national iconography in Thailand, but the jumbos have fallen on hard times.