Mission LiFE – The Important Step Towards Environment Protection

What is Mission LiFE? Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in the presence of U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, launched ‘Mission LiFE’ (Lifestyle For Environment), a new initiative for sustainable and healthy lifestyle at the Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat. Antonio Guterres unveiled the LiFE logo and tagline and released the Mission Document at the event whereContinue reading “Mission LiFE – The Important Step Towards Environment Protection”

The Sad Story of Asiatic Cheetah

Asiatic Cheetah is a species of Cheetah that was found over major parts of west, central, south, and south-west Asia. India was a major habitat of Asiatic Cheetah till early 1800s. However, the species declined in India throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s, until it became completely extinct from Indian soil by 1951. TheContinue reading “The Sad Story of Asiatic Cheetah”

Sentinelese – The Only Uncontacted People on the Planet

The Andaman and Nicobar islands are one of the least explored lands on the planet except in modern times, when airport facilities and tourism have opened the islands to the world. Although the major shipping routes across the world cut through the islands, only a handful of them are accessible by the tourists and researchersContinue reading “Sentinelese – The Only Uncontacted People on the Planet”

Hydroponics : the future of agriculture and farming

What is hydroponics? The answer to this is that hydroponics is the science of growing plants without the use of soil but rather by the use of nutrient-enriched water containing all the essential elements needed by a plant for its average growth and development. In times of crisis, hydroponic gardening is incredibly crucial. Hydroponic farmingContinue reading “Hydroponics : the future of agriculture and farming”

How Big Is India’s Plastic Disposal Problem?

Plastic pollution has emerged as one of the most urgent environmental challenges in the last few decades. It is most noticeable in countries where trash disposal facilities are either ineffective or unavailable in the worst-case scenario. Nowadays, natural resources used in production have been supplanted by plastic. And this usage of plastic, combined with ourContinue reading “How Big Is India’s Plastic Disposal Problem?”

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