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A Warming World brings forth a Melting Greenland

By: Tanya Arora Hours-long rain showers over the Greenland summit pose a problem for all of us. Below is a summary of how it all started, and the repercussions we are yet to see.  Climatic Impact Drivers (or CID’s) are factors that affect climate change on earth. They either have...

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All Woes and No Action for the Biden Administration?

By: Tanya Arora The regional IPCC report for North America, displays a bleak future for the USA. With the changing climate, temperatures are reaching new heights particularly in winters, an increase in the annual precipitation has been observed in the Northern regions causing floods, even as droughts and wildfires plague...

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Tracking the Progress of Paris Climate Agreement: India and China

By: Nadashree M.K. Climate change isn’t something new. But, we are now experiencing the worst due to it. Though some studies in the 1800s showed an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide due to human actions, it was the first data on carbon dioxide readings in the late 1950s that substantiated...

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The Five Nation Railway Corridor: A New Geopolitical Dimension in Asia

By: Ankita The Five Nation Railway Corridor (FNRC) Project is a 2100 km long railway line project which will connect Iran and China while traversing 3 more nations – Kyrgyzstan,Tajikistan and Afghanistan. Around 1148 km of the line will be covering many Afghanistan’s provinces. The project estimate currently exceeds US$...

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Taliban -Demolishing Afghanistan

By: Swati Mishra After twenty years, The Taliban have returned to power Afghanistan appears to be without a glimmer of hope. There is only damage and destruction in the decades-long war. It has an impact on every part of life, and one of the Taliban’s irreparable consequences is the degradation...

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The Death of Liberty

By: Shohini Ghosh The most cherished gift that a country presents to its citizens is freedom – in life and death. Struggling for lost freedom is not a new chapter in history. In fact, some of the greatest leaders urged countrymen to wrestle for what is theirs and to wage...

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Projects Since Last Year

Project Vriksharopan By: Shohini Nature demands balance but rapid industrialization is tipping the scale towards deforestation. As biodiversity is being compromised, Svadhyaya stepped in to restore some of that stability. The team launched an ambitious project that centered on organizing regular plantation drives – Project Vriksharopan. Several forest departments that...

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Svadhyaya Turns 2! Bolder and Better

By: Nadashree M.K. Started as a small youth collective, today Svadhyaya is an organisation with more than 100 individuals. As a youth organisation, we were able to grow together during the last two years through various discussions, internal training sessions and external training sessions. This year too was no different....

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