Humanity has achieved many innovations during this period in every field possible, from advanced medical research to walking on the moon, but has failed to understand and do good to the very planet we live in. It is about time we act to restore nature and help build a stable future for our planet, through business.
The Global Climate Risk Index 2020 released on December 4, ranked India as the 5th country most affected by climate change in 2018.
With ominous implications for its future, India just made it through the third warmest November since records began being kept in 1901.
The Indian state of West Bengal plans to add as many as 5,000 electric buses to its existing fleet by 2030, to combat air pollution and protect the environment.
A survey article just published by climate scientist expert James Powell shows virtually all climate scientists are now on board about the cause of global heating and the serious nature of what we as a species have done to the planet.
Plastics were made to make life easy, but then the throw-away culture that followed it reveals a dark side of the material that seems to be swallowing the planet, starting with the oceans.
Plastics, even though it is indispensable in today's life, it is also the only major contributor to land and ocean pollution that causes irreversible effects and imbalance in the eco-system.
Fossil fuel energy consumption has no doubt been the number one reason behind the current climate change scenario...
Try adjusting your workspace to doing good for nature and see how the rewards just keep flowing back in!
During one of Sustainable Sikkim's outreach events at MG Mark in Gangtok recently, several students stopped by and shared their experience with reducing waste.
We may not be able to stop the inevitable, but we can surely do our bit in water conservation. Read on...
Turns out, even on the basis of our diet, eating healthy for our own body also means eating for a healthy planet. Read on...
Choose eco-conscious commuting to make our planet and the life in it, a little greener, happier and healthier.
We're familiar with the 3 R's, Reduce, reuse, recycle. This time we combat climate change by working out the 5R's. Read on...
"Plastic packaging" ooooh! the black food boxes, there's more to these plastics than just packaging. Read on to know more.
From where and how the food on our plates are produced, to what we choose to eat, our food habits influence the ongoing climate change in many ways. Read on to know more about it.
If our mountains perish, we perish along with it.
A member of our team is currently on his way from Gangtok to Nepal to be part of one of the most important meetings on the Climate Crisis to be held this year.
Chennai's water crisis may only be a fragment of what is yet to come if we do not act now. If it gives us anything beyond pain and trouble is a shaking, an awakening which we must quickly grab. While there is still time.
The biggest problem our human civilization is facing at present is more serious than climate change, or global warming, the self-sabotaging blackhole of human conscience and responsibility.
Have you noticed how summers have become hotter than before?
With the ongoing challenge of tackling COVID-19, a state of the environment report released by Down to Earth on Thursday said that climate change still poses the biggest economic threat to the world both in terms of impact and likelihood in the next decade.