Richest one percent responsible for twice the carbon emissions than half of world's poorest population
With just 1C of warming so far, Earth is already battling more frequent and intense wildfires, droughts and super storms rendered more powerful by rising seas.
World's insatiable appetite for plastic is driving oil producers' future growth: Carbon Tracker report
Plastic production has increased around four percent every year since 2000 and the industry expects that rate of growth to continue, driven mainly by emerging economies.
Criminals profiteering off plastic waste, adding to polluting by burning them instead of recycling: Interpol report
Illicit shipments of waste have surged towards South and Southeast Asian nations in the last two years after restrictions on imports were tightened in China in early 2018.
For more than 1,700 miles, stretching from the Gangotri Glacier in the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal, the Ganga flows across the plains like a timeline of India's past, nourishing an extraordinary wealth of life.
Environment ministry's draft EIA Notification leaves much to be desired; indigenous methods of planning, development needed
One needs to wonder whether the EIA as a mechanism is even functional to address India’s ecological concerns. Furthermore, if it does need a facelift, is the kind put forward by the government a move in the right direction?
They tried to breed these fish in the lab as they both are endangered species and fortunately, their experiment yielded a result.
China was the biggest contributor to e-waste with 10.1 million tonnes, second was US with 6.9 million tonnes and India third with 3.2 million tonnes.
The new mask has a USB port that connects to a cellphone charger and heats the inner layer of carbon fibres to 70 degrees Celsius.
Where are the airborne plastics? Scientists find they are in the air we breath, the wind and the skies
Microplastics equivalent to123 million and 300 million plastic bottles rain down in America's western national parks and wilderness areas.
World Environment Day 2020: Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launches online portal to manage waste collection and disposal in state
On World Environment Day. the Andhra Pradesh government launched an online waste management platform, which will allow it to monitor all the industrial garbage generated in the state
World Environment Day 2020: Researchers find cleanest air on Earth, say region remains unaffected by human activities
The boundary layer air is free from particles, called aerosols that are produced by anthropogenic activities or transported from distant lands.
World Environment Day 2020: From Save Western Ghats March to Narmada Bachao Andolan, these movements are aimed at creating awareness for nature conservation
World Environment Day aims at raising awareness and generating political momentum around growing environmental concerns.
Air pollution causes respiratory problems. Ironically, so might a too-rapid pollution clean up.
World Environment Day 2020: From causing infectious diseases to reduction in food sources, here's how biodiversity loss impacts us
Biodiversity loss has an indirect but vital impact on the climate, and the last few years have witnessed some of the greatest impacts of climate change on life.
World Environment Day 2020: From better air, water quality to wild animal sightings in cities, here's how COVID-19 lockdown affected environment
With World Environment Day falling on 5 June, here's looking at how the pandemic has affected the flora and fauna
Monsoon madness: COVID-19 is still active but India's large-scale extreme events are just around the corner
A “normal” monsoon does not guarantee there won't be floods and droughts across the country as everything about the monsoon is changing.
World Asthma Day 2020: Symptoms, management and precautions for exercise-Induced bronchoconstriction
Another way could be through exercises that require shorter bursts of energy as this could help in not inducing an asthma attack.
Air, water, land and wildlife are tainted with thousands of chemicals, it's no surprise that this isn’t considered a threat as it should be.
The ozone hole over the Arctic, less than 1 million sq. km, is much smaller than Antarctica's hole that can reach a size of 20 to 25 million sq. km.
The study looked at the impact of rising temperatures, human activities like pollution and habit destruction and its effects on different species.