We aim at raising awareness about United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 13: Climate Action, 14: Life Under Water and 15: Life on Land.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We publish articles and interview transcripts to educate you about the ecological issues and how we can solve them. We also host sessions/workshops to raise awareness about these issues in a more interactive way and finding more innovative solutions to solve them.
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- Oceanic Plastic Pollutionby aguynamedsoumilBACKGROUND 70.9 percent of Earth’s surface is underwater: oceans. Home to a very diverse marine life, scope for employment and source of income for individuals and various countries, a medium of procuring food and coastal resources, an artist’s blue strokeContinue reading “Oceanic Plastic Pollution”
- YAMUNA: FROM THE HOLIEST TO THE DIRTIESTby NihiraFor many theists in India, Yamuna river is as sacred as the mighty Ganges, but at the same time, it is also one of the most polluted rivers in the country as it has been rightly said that you won’tContinue reading “YAMUNA: FROM THE HOLIEST TO THE DIRTIEST”
- Wildlife Tradeby mehak154WHAT EXACTLY IS WILDLIFE TRADE?It is the buying and selling of products derived from animals/plants. it is a major threat to various wildlife species. There are several CAUSES that leads to Wildlife trade, such as: 1.Excess of demand and usageProductsContinue reading “Wildlife Trade”
- DEFORESTATION: A MAJOR BIODIVERSITY ISSUEby Priyal JainDeforestation is the loss of forest cover all over the world for non-forest purposes. It has adverse consequences not only on biodiversity but also on human settlements. It leads to the loss of precious plant and animal species. It isContinue reading “DEFORESTATION: A MAJOR BIODIVERSITY ISSUE”
- The Ganges River Dolphin: National Dolphin Dayby Priyal JainPlatanista gangetica commonly known as dolphins is the national aquatic animal of our country- India (declared in 2009). The Ganges River Dolphins are however as less as 1200-1800 in number. These creatures are majorly found in deep waters cover areasContinue reading “The Ganges River Dolphin: National Dolphin Day”
- Jana Elgaremby Priyal JainJana Elgarem is a 16 years-old student from Alexandria, Egypt. She loves anything related to music since she plays the violin, she has participated in many violin/music competitions. She also likes reading, travelling, learning new languages, singing, getting to knowContinue reading “Jana Elgarem”
- DIBANGby aguynamedsoumilThe land of dawn-lit mountains also known as Arunachal Pradesh is known for the one receiving the sunshine the very first of all the Indian States over its beautiful peaks of Aruna Mountains like the crown made up of goldContinue reading “DIBANG”
- The Aravallis Purchasedby NihiraThe destruction of the natural beauty, the ecosystems and the majesty of the mountains affect us in ways we’re not even aware of. Every time a mountain is beheaded, we chop off a little part of our souls. The AravalliContinue reading “The Aravallis Purchased”
- MAURITIUS OIL SPILL: A CASE ANALYSISby mehak154A japanese ship named MV Wakashio, which is owned by Nagashiki Shipping and operated by Mitsui Osk Ltd., struck a coral reef resulting in an oil spill of over 1000 tonnes into the Indian Ocean. The ship was carrying anContinue reading “MAURITIUS OIL SPILL: A CASE ANALYSIS”
- Ella Sobhaniby Priyal JainElla Sobhani is a 17-year-old high school student from San Diego, California. She is president and founder of the organization, Project Aquascope, which aims to provide greater accessibility to STEM education and inspire a spirit of environmental sustainability among youth,Continue reading “Ella Sobhani”