The rebound effect can turn our best intentions against the environment. The good news is that we can avoid or reduce this effect. Here’s how.
Can environment-friendly products or policies inadvertently harm the environment? Yes! This is called the rebound effect. The more we are aware about it, the better we can prevent it.
VIDEO: We are taught that as we go higher, it gets colder. Then why would any two places at the same altitude have different temperatures? The answer lies in their latitudinal position.
Ecolabels series #4. Today, there are over 400 ecolabels in the market. Does that mean there is more thrust on sustainability? Or are too many ecolabels derailing the sustainability movement?
Guest blogger Diksha Mishra celebrates all of those species that are just as important as the lions and tigers and pandas, but don’t get the same recognition.
What is India’s rank in 2020’s Environment Performance Index? Where did we do well and where have we fallen short?
Human waste, leaked from sewers, untreated sewage and poorly designed landfills, is one of the biggest causes of groundwater contamination today. How can groundwater pollution from human waste be prevented and what can you do as an individual?