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With dengue on the rise, waste management is first step in winning war against the disease
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With dengue on the rise, waste management is first step in winning war against the disease

If we want to solve our dengue problem, managing our waste is probably the best place to start.

Harnessing the Monster: Solving the waste problem requires us to treat it like a resource
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Harnessing the Monster: Solving the waste problem requires us to treat it like a resource

Waste — solid and liquid — is, as the Americans call it, “One hellava problem”

The destruction of reefs is bad news for humanity: How we can work to reverse the damage
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The destruction of reefs is bad news for humanity: How we can work to reverse the damage

In the millions of years of their existence, coral reefs have never faced such a combined onslaught of stressors at such a pace as they do today.

Mumbai rains, Hurricane Harvey, Gujarat, Bihar and Assam floods: No place to hide from climate change
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Mumbai rains, Hurricane Harvey, Gujarat, Bihar and Assam floods: No place to hide from climate change

As the recent floods in different regions have shown, there's no hiding from climate change; and citizen apathy, denial of the issue isn't going to help

Climate change and the social contract: How our choices lead to predictable tragedies
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Climate change and the social contract: How our choices lead to predictable tragedies

Climate change throws into sharp relief, the fissures in our system

Gujarat, Assam floods: Why blaming climate change, while customary, is also unhelpful
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Gujarat, Assam floods: Why blaming climate change, while customary, is also unhelpful

It has become customary to blame climate change for events like the Gujat and Assam floods. But we are looking in the wrong place for answers

Climate change has deepened the fault lines between India, China; but it could also bring us closer
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Climate change has deepened the fault lines between India, China; but it could also bring us closer

Just as there are fault lines, so are there bonds that unite India and China

Hate your commute? Combining 'green' and 'cheap' in public transport can get you a great ride
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Hate your commute? Combining 'green' and 'cheap' in public transport can get you a great ride

Climatically speaking, globally, transport is the second largest sectoral contributor to human-caused greenhouse gas emissions

Lessons from a reborn river: What the water conservation effort in Alwar teaches us
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Lessons from a reborn river: What the water conservation effort in Alwar teaches us

The Vaigai River in Madurai has run dry, and efforts to rejuvenate it haven't worked. But is there a lesson to be learnt from Alwar, Rajasthan?