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.
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.
In a surprising turn of events, India’s emissions have dropped for the first time in four decades. The current coronavirus lockdown has opened up ways to drop carbon emissions in India. Reduced electricity usage and competition from renewable energy resources had decreased the demand for
Hunger is probably the most uneasy sensation. It is quite shocking to know that half the world population is starving, though the reasons may vary. The current coronavirus pandemic has most likely increased this number, with people getting out of jobs and staying home without
Coronavirus pandemic has been a blessing in disguise in some respects. Human activities have been curbed, Earth has got some time to heal itself, and is revealing the possibilities of life sans everything bad we’ve done to the environment in this century. The air pollution
28-year-old Katy Ayers, created this 8 ft. long boat out of fibrous mushroom roots, known as mycelium. The roots are usually found under the soil and are known for their dense, buoyant and waterproof properties. Ayers believes that mushrooms can be a potent solution toward
Health care workers are facing a shortage of masks during the COVID-19 crisis. To avert the severity of the crisis and stop the spread of the virus, many people are making their own face coverings to help ease the mask shortage. People are judiciously turning
Lincoln Wamae sees an opportunity when he sees a discarded laptop or any other scrap material in a junkyard. He makes custom electric wheelchairs from recycled scrap materials that he collects from junkyards. It all started out as a hobby which turned into a passion
Agra, the city home to one of the seven wonders of the world was witness to one of the most heart-wrenching realities of the plight of poor and underprivileged in the middle of coronavirus lockdown. A desperate man was seen scooping spilled milk from the
The coronavirus pandemic has almost reached every corner of the globe, affecting and infecting humans and animals alike. It has infected over 1,275,800 people with over 69,500 dead. In the recent light of events, a tiger has tested positive for coronavirus at the Bronx Zoo