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Some Solution to Climate Change Hunger and Energy Crisis

– Akshita Mehta The impacts of climate change include more extreme weather and natural disasters, chronic drought and economic instability. To match the urgency of this crisis, we’re deploying innovative solutions that maximize nature’s ability to fight climate change while bolstering resilience for our most precious ecosystems and vulnerable communities. ...

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Easier Said Than Done?

– Shohini Ghosh 2015 was a landmark year as countries signed the infamous Paris Agreement – an ambitious treaty on climate change which aimed to limit the rise of global temperature to 1.5 °C to 2 °C. Countries actively pledged to make changes and some even formulated policies keeping in...

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Deepening Crisis in the Dark Continent

-Nadashree M.K. We have been calculating the impact of climate change for decades. In Africa, especially the Sub-Saharan and Sahel region are under the great threats posed by climate change. This is further fuelled by political instability, terrorism and ethnic conflicts. Being a diverse and unique continent with vast and...

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Who Do You Fight For?

– Trayambak Fighting for Environmental Rights In a village called Idinthakarai in Tamil Nadu, a small fishing community has over almost a decade enlightened into a collective resistance against the government’s Nuclear Power Plant. The Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, long portrayed as a beacon of India’s development and a symbol...

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Passing the 400 CO2 PPM Landmark and Its Implication on the Future

-Akshaye Mavinkurve Prologue In the HBO drama “The Newsroom” created by Aaron Sorkin, the host of a primetime news show played by Jeff Daniels interviews Richard Westbrook, the assistant deputy of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) played by Paul Lieberstein. Typical of a Sorkin script, the dialogue is quick, adversarial...

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The Twin Crisis: Climate Change and Agriculture

– Vaishnavi As the 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (CoP26) unfolds in Glasgow, aspirational commitments from various national leaders have been made to tackle global warming. The conference’s main focus has been to devise a strategy to bend the temperature curve below 1.5C. On the stage, India...

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Energy needs hike as the Pandemic takes a back-drop

– Shaily With the world opening up, energy demand is surging. Most parts of the world are facing an energy crisis. This new crisis is like the one which hasn’t been seen since the 1970s. There has been a 600% increase in European gas prices so far and in 2021,...

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The World at COP26

–Tanya Arora Anticipation to COP26 A lot of anticipation revolved around COP 26 before it even began. A series of anthropogenic natural disasters, the meeting of the G20 leaders, The release of the NDC synthesis report by the UNFCCC, and Instagram posting a reel of environmentalist Mikaela Loach, the co-founder...

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