Greta Thunberg has sparked conversations about climate change around the world. Her solutions are sharp; but are they also unreasonable? In this post, we look at her opinions and solutions–and if they make sense.
Urban forests are difficult to plan and maintain because it competes for sparingly available land. How can we accommodate urban forests and also ensure development? This framework allows urban forests to be planned and developed in a growing city.
Maintaining urban forests is a costly proposition. Municipalities can use these 5 ways to finance urban forests in India and make it economically sustainable.
30,000 years ago, it is estimated that the Earth hosted 200 genera of large terrestrial mammals that weighed over 50 kilograms (kg). Australia had large marsupials such as kangaroos over 2 meters long, koala bears that you wouldn’t want to cuddle, the marsupial lion and the giant diprotodon. […]
By bringing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into effect in January 2016, the United Nations along with the support of all the member countries made a decisive commitment to sustainable development in the world. SDGs comprise of 17 goals, framed on the success of Millennium Development Goals[i]. SDGs […]
Today when 98% of the world’s population is busy worrying about climate change and the rest 2% arguing about it being a hoax; do you know how the affected countries are trying to deal with changing conditions? Melting glaciers, increasing sea level, severe floods and drought conditions are […]
Originally posted on Agenda For Survival:
The Earth’s climate has been evolving since the beginning of time but the manifestations of future catastrophes can now be seen. From frequent earthquakes, drying up of rivers and lakes to the disastrous situation in Kerala, the damage is perceivable. The situation…