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Climate Smart Agriculture Holds Key To Food Security: World Bank

Huge growth in population and continuously changing diet are the two major factors behind changing food needs of world. Production is regularly suffering due to reduced yields from farm lands

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Liberal Arts As A Tool To Promote Sustainable Development

Growth seemed to be the end goal, the end which justified the means, and rapid economic 'growth' seemed to be an ideal priority for any policy-maker

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Green Credits Are Rewards That Encourage Green Behaviour: Dr Ron Dembo

Green Credits is one such idea, which is a reward-scheme for environmentally friendly behaviour, which aims to involve people in every strata of society to become participants in creating a green economy

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About 60,000 Farmer Suicides In India Linked To Climate Change: Study

With an increase of 1C on an average day during the growing season, there are 67 more suicides, illustrates the study, showing the extreme sensitivity of the Indian agricultural ecosystem to temperature spikes

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‘Tiger Bearing Forests Play Mitigative Role in Combating Climate Change’

Tiger conservation should be carried out every moment of the day and not celebrated merely as a one-day event

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‘Benefits Of Fossil Fuel-Led Development Enjoyed Mostly By Developed World’

All this problem of climate change and global warming has started because of fossil fuel-led development, the benefits and luxuries of which have mostly been enjoyed by the developed world

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Unused Money For Fight Against Climate Change Diverted To GST Compensation

As per data collected from the finance ministry under the Right to Information Act, 2005, even the unused and unspent amount in the National Clean Energy and Environment Fund has been diverted

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Climate Change To Have Devastating Effect In Asia: Study

According to the report, Asia has the highest number of people exposed to flooding from possible storm surge events, particularly in the People's Republic of China (PRC), India, Bangladesh, and Indonesia.

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India Emerging As Front-runner In Fight Against Climate Change

India is emerging as a front runner in the global fight against climate change, the World Bank has said, noting that the solar power is gradually displacing coal as an energy source in the Asian country

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G20 Summit: Counter-terrorism, Climate Change May Hog Agenda

Fighting terrorism, climate change and global trade will be at the core when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leaders from the world's other top economies assemble here for a two-day G20 Summit beginning tomorrow

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Role Of Media Reporting In Environmental Litigation

With a whole range of media reporting on critical environment issues, these media representations become critical inputs in what becomes public discourse on environmental issues, and thus serve as integral instruments for environmental litigation.

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California, China Sign Climate Agreement Post Trump’s Decision To Leave Paris Accords

At the clean energy press conference in Beijing, the state’s governor said that Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris accords would only be a temporary setback and that individual US states, China and European countries would try to negate Trump’s decision by assuming leadership in this issue

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Climate Change: What Next For India

The withdrawal of the US should not be a call for us to retreat but to expand our role on the global front and strengthen our institutions at home to move forward

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Connect With Nature To Make A Positive Difference

On this world environment day, let's celebrate the nature around us and try to make a positive difference to the environment with below mentioned simple, easy-to-do, realistic measures

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The Challenges And Dilemma Of Sustainable Development: India’s Response

The dilemma of sustainable development lies in the challenges for economic growth and development that are directly linked to the immense risk of climate change.

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