Hydrogen has been a common fuel for rockets. It’s a clean fuel that burns completely and releases only water vapor as a byproduct. However, the gas as a fuel was too expensive to be put to use for day-to-day activities. Neither did it have the technologies to compete […]
This environment blog seeks to answer this question with every piece we publish. In this post, I would like to distill this down to 3 key reasons as to why we have to conserve and restore nature and all it’s ecosystems.
Nature is a funny thing. One the one hand, a single species has the ability to destroy an entire ecosystem by killing off many, many species (Invasive species). On the other hand, a single species is responsible for the survival of many, many species. I explained one such […]
It’s one thing to kill animals when they are affecting the way you live. It can even be justified in some cases. Go to a man who’s son has been eaten by a leopard, and he’ll say, “Yes, I want to kill that leopard!” But, killing animals to […]
Forests are invaluable to humans, both for us to live and to keep our economy going. Look around your room. I bet you can name more than 10 things in your room that is directly, or indirectly obtained from a forest. But here’s the paradox: while we need […]
The environment has been a part of human observation and manipulation since humans evolved. Naturally, once human beings developed the concepts of language, speech and complex thinking, the importance of the environment and nature would have been a big topic for them. Nature was thought to be a […]
Human-wildlife conflicts (HWC), apart from affecting the humans and/or animal in question, also has a cascading effect in the ecosystem. The logic is quite simple; as an animal population reduces in number, every other organism affected by the presence of this animal population will be affected by its […]