While severe weather conditions have hit the world, the heatwaves are peaking in the northwest, central and some interior parts of eastern India. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in a tweet that heatwave conditions are very likely to continue over Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Rajasthan,
Indian does not seem to catch a break this year with the coronavirus pandemic, reoccurring earthquakes, a devastating cyclone and now the swarms of locusts wreaking havoc in several states of India. the pest is leaving destroyed crops and pastures in their wake which is
The fashion industry has deeply and disastrously impacted the environment. It is, in fact, the second-largest polluter in the world, after the aviation industry. The environmental damage is escalating with the growth of the industry, especially with the arrival of fast fashion. Fast fashion brands
BillerudKorsnas and Syntegon have collaborated to envision “Pearl”, a paper pod packaging solution to create a sustainable fiber-based alternative with the finest appeal while reducing the plastic pollution from the beauty industry simultaneously. The beauty industry widely uses portion packaging for sample product packaging. Now,
There are many battles being fought at every front to eliminate the plague that is plastic. The non-biodegradable material has penetrated itself in every aspect of human life. Recently, a company in the Netherlands has developed a plastic-like product that is made from plant sugars.
Recently, Cyclone Amphan wreaked havoc in West Bengal and Odisha. After the devastation passed, Bhubaneswar witnessed beautiful sky coloured with tints of pink and purple. This stunning view stormed Twitter with photos accompanied by motivational notes about humanity coming out victorious from the ordeals. Today,
Coronavirus has put tens of thousands of people out of work in Pakistan. However, an ambitious tree-planting program kicked off by the government of Pakistan in 2018 to combat changing climate is employing thousands to plant trees, mostly who lost their jobs amidst coronavirus pandemic.
As the COVID-19 cases soar across the world and given the lack of any effective vaccine or treatment, new inventions are being made to combat the highly contagious coronavirus. Recently, two inventors in Ghana have come up with a solar-powered hand washbasin to promote ultra-hygiene
COVID-19 has forced the world into a grinding halt with most of the affected countries inflicting home quarantine to curb the spread. One of the many positive outcomes of this health crisis has been a drastic reduction in overall pollution levels across the globe. This
The coronavirus pandemic has forced mankind to opt for social distancing. People are curled up in their houses while avoiding physical touch. The highly contagious virus has raised many questions that still remain unanswered. Anyhow, researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA)