Ecosystems of the world provide a multitude of services to human society. Any benefit we derive from ecosystems comprise of these services. They are categorized under different names like provisioning services (photosynthesis, soil formation), supporting services (agriculture, timber and any other product that is natural derived), cultural services (education, tourism) and regulating services (clean water, […]Read More Should We Pay For Ecosystem Services ?
AKVO AWGs have been a revelation in how water is tapped for drinking purposes in our country. However, the journey has not been smooth and is by no means over. Mr. Bagga, the main man behind this organization and idea, is continuously working tirelessly to realize his dream of providing water to the people of […]Read More From the founder: AKVO and it’s journey so far…
Water is a big crisis in today’s world. It doesn’t matter where you live or how lavishly you live; you are going to face the brunt of the water crisis now or at some point in the future. The problem remains acute in India and the crisis is only growing. Despite relying on a variety […]Read More AKVO: Plucking water out of thin air!
With the world slowly but steadily descending into living hell (no, I’m not exaggerating), scientists in the field of environmental science are hard pressed for solutions. There have been many that have been proposed and implemented. Some of which, I have mentioned in my blogs as well: restoration ecology, wildlife conservation, genetic modification and manipulation, […]Read More Geoengineering: Is this the only way to save the world?
The problems of rising carbon in the atmosphere, along with the changing climate is one of the biggest in the 21st century. These problems are so large scale, so beyond human control that many people have just made peace with the fact that the world as we know it will soon end (or worse, live […]Read More Reusing wastes: Epic ideas to tackle carbon emissions and climate change
For a long time, science was pursued in it’s purest form. If you are a physicist, you would restrict yourself to the realm of tiny particles and abstract concepts (or that’s what it seemed like for most part of my childhood). Similarly, biologists would stick to the fields of medicine and/or studying life forms. Chemists […]Read More Making a mixture: Importance of inter-disciplinary work for the future