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World’s first Climate Change Famine

Unlike most of the past famines driven by war, inflation, violence, this is the first time in modern history where the famine is directly caused by climate change. ...

Sarthak Mishra
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, New Delhi
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TAUKTAE: HITCH-PICHED CYCLONE HIT INDIA

Tauktae developed in the Arabian Sea and this is the fourth cyclone in consecutive years that has originated near India’s west coast. Some scientists and studies claim rapidly rising surface temperature of the Arabian Sea to be the cause of these cyclones. ...

Dr. Pooja Tomar
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, New Delhi
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Uttarakhand Forest Fires

The year 2020 and 2021 has accounted for a rise in the above factors which led to the fires grow and spread at a disastrous rate. ...

Aishwarya Chavan
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Kolhapur, India
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Pollution and Health

WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air that exceeds WHO guidelines....

Dr. Pooja Tomar
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, New Delhi
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THE MARVELOUS CONTRIBUTION OF THE MAGNIFICENT WHALES IN BEATING CLIMATE CHANGE

WHALES NEED TO BE SAVED! THEY NEED OUR HELP! WHALING NEEDS TO STOP!...

Aishwarya Chavan
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Kolhapur, India
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WRIGGLES THAT SAVE TROUBLE

How many of you remember this famous saying that we learnt in school ‘Earthworms are farmers best friends?...

Aishwarya Chavan
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Kolhapur, India
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Eco Anxiety

Reading the word ‘anxiety’ itself sends a wave of negative ripple in our mind. It is supposed to be one of the most damaging emotions that humans experience....

Aishwarya Chavan
Architect, Kolhapur, India
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THE RAIN TO BE HATED

Many people are in love with rain and all the effects and emotions it makes you feel. And many others hate it because of the same reasons. But you know which the one that should be hated for real is? ACID RAIN!...

Alina XHANI
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Ibrahim Kodra high school, Durres, Albania
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HOW TO BE A SUSTAINABLE FASHION CONSUMER

In the unique era of 2020 where sustainability and upcycled fashion is all the rage, how does one jump onto the bandwagon? What does it mean to be a conscious fashion consumer? Why is it the need of the hour? ...

Vaishnavi Jha
Volunteer @Earth Root Foundation, Freelance creative consultant, Fashion Design Student @ NIFT
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Coral Reefs - A curious world beneath the surface

Nature never fails to amaze us with its beauty. Coral Reefs, an ecosystem found under water, have always been so tempting that one can’t get enough of them but regrettably they are declining over time and need urgent protection....

Jagriti Hinduja
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Physics Graduate from Rajdhani College, University of Delhi
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My Climate

In childhood, I used to enjoy the waves of the Arabian Sea, on “Veraval Beach” alongside Somnath Temple, Gujarat, India, with my family when I was living there in 2008 and visited Somnath several times. ...

Shivani Sharma
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, GGSIP University, New Delhi
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Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development. Okay, we know this term, from the last two decades this term has hovered around our societies yet we haven't really given it a thought. ...

Vaidehi Chhaparwal
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Jai Hind College, Mumbai
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Soil Science in Vedas

Modern science today accepts that bacteria composed of microbes rather than photosynthetic plants are the producers and initiate the food chain is this ecosystem. ...

Shivangi Sharma
Ph.D. Student, Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi
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A JOURNEY TO THE BITTER REALITY

The sun was shining that morning on the Island of Joy. It seemed as if everything was awake and that the day would start with a rush....

Alina XHANI
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation , “Ibrahim Kodra” High School, Durrës, Albania
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Cycling: Pedaling our way towards a better and greener future

It is said that you can never forget swimming and cycling once you learn it. ...

Somya Raghuwanshi
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Jai Hind College, Mumbai
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The New Conqueror of the Oceans

As the days pass by unnoticed by most of us, each of us spends our days busy or quiet, but often the focus of our daily life falls so much on daily commitments that not enough attention is paid to our actions that, in one way or another, have impact on the environment around us. ...

Alina XHANI
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Ibrahim Kodra high school, Durres, Albania
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GREEN FOOTPRINT VS. GREEN THUMB: A Fighting Chance

Some time ago, I came across the documentary 'North Korea: Children of the Secret State' (2000). Like so many other people who watched it, I felt angry. I was helpless out here. I was already volunteering part time with outreach and food services to the poor in the town in which I live (in the US...

Lindsay Hoffmann
Content Writer @ Earth Root Foundation, Waterbury, Connecticut, USA
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What lies beneath the Surface?

We all seem pretty busy, living our lives on the surface but did any of us ever wonder that what lies beneath this surface?...

Itika Khera
Content Writer, Earth Root Foundation
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The Story of Urban Sprawls

Once upon a time when Mahi got a promotion and a pay raise, she was super happy when she got back home and thought- " Now that I have a good job I should get a better house but house rent in the city is pretty expensive so I should look for a place in the urban suburbs....

Vaidehi Chhaparwal
Intern @ Earth Root Foundation, Jai Hind College, Mumbai
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Taming Wildfires

“Wildfire break in the forest of Uttarakhand burning acres of land to ashes.”...

Vaidehi Chhaparwal
Intern @ Earth Root Foundation, Jai Hind College, Mumbai
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Deforestation - "A snowballing descent down a grim future"

“We assumed that the ice would be here forever, just like us. We should never assume.” ― Anthony T. Hincks ...

Somya Raghuwanshi
Intern @ Earth Root Foundation, Jai Hind College, Mumbai
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Environment 2020

Keeping the today’s scenario in mind, the word environment is enough to bring a flash of concern in one’s mind. The issue that was once addressed only by the experts, on various debates has now become a hot topic of discussion among the common man....

Ms. Itika Khera
Intern @ Earth Root Foundation, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
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Detox your Mental Health with Nature

Have you ever wondered why your mood changes when it’s raining, windy, when the sun is harsh or when wind touches you gently? It’s because your behavior and environment are related to each other....

Ms. Saniya Bagdi
Psychology Student, Jai Hind College, Mumbai
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Plastic the 'Demon'

Plastic is considered as an essential domestic need of every household. It is extensively used in the industries and can be found all around us directly or indirectly, in the form of buckets, containers for storage, packaging, disposables, RO, bags, etc. and so many other varieties of products. ...

Ms. Nikita
Freelancer, Dwarka
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Fatal Virus - A Boon or A curse

Someone might have truly said - " Whatever happens, happens for good. We all are well aware that our world, our human-dominated world is falling each day in line. The economy is falling, people are dying, people are depressed, poor are on road, rich have nothing to spend on....

Er. Ekta Pahujani
Technical Lead at Infosys Ltd., Gurgaon
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Waste Management, an Oath in the fight against COVID-19

With the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic continuing to spread and its impacts upon human health and the economy intensifying day-by-day, governments are urged to treat waste management, including of medical, household and other hazardous waste, as an urgent and essential public service in or...

Ms. Komal
B.Com (Hons.) Student, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies
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Averting the Crisis!

The Chinese expression for “crisis” is written with a combination of two symbols, first denoting “danger” and the second “opportunity”. We are facing an Environmental crisis; humankind is in danger and the window of opportunity is closing rapidly. ...

Utkarsh Kaushik
Barrister, University College London
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Ground water in India- A Precious but Retreating Resource

Groundwater is one of the most important elements of the environment which is vital for sustaining human life and trees. It plays a very important role in meeting the water demand of India. India is listed as the largest user of groundwater in the world, at an estimated 230 cubic kilometers of groun...

Dr. Tapasya Tomar
Assistant Professor (Environment), Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, New Delhi
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Air Pollution

Clean air is probably the most essential requirement for human life on Earth. A human may survive a few hours to days without drinking water, but it can’t survive a few minutes in the Earth without breathing clean air. ...

Md. Hafizur Rahman & Arindam Datta
Center for Environmental Studies, Earth Sciences & Climate Change Division, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi
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HOLI COLORS AND THEIR TOXIC EFFECTS ON BIOSPHERE

Human beings are the organisms in the biosphere those have formed a very complex cultural and traditional values for their own social system. They have passed their experiences from generations to generations. They not only fix certain social norms for the social system but also celebrate festivals ...

Dr. Chander Shekhar Singh
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistic, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi
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Waste Segregation

Waste Segregation, as the word suggests, is about separating or segregating waste as per its different class and property. There is no question on why we should not be separating different kinds of waste. Simply because segregation of waste makes it easier to recycle, reproduce and re-use waste f...

Abhishek Dhaka
Environmentalist @ Earth Root Foundation, Dwarka, New Delhi
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Air Pollution – Fatal silent killer "Common Man needs one more KRA"

Air – one of the five essential elements to survive. What if you get to know that you can’t live with or even without air in today’s parlance? Sounds shocking – and this really is and we all know this in hindsight and we all tend to ignore this. We ignore this perpetually as we are just ‘common mass...

CA Shweta Dhaka
Chartered Accountant, Dwarka, New Delhi
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Air Pollution: Pragmatic perceptions

When I was young, winters in Delhi meant to be fun. Walking through the streets of Chandni Chowk and savoring the paranthas in paranthe wali gali or eating extra white radish and dark orange carrot with tangy spices and ending the walk with jalebis at the world-famous jalebi wala and the sohan halwa...

Dr. Arun Kumar Sharma
Professor, HOD, Department of Community Medicine, University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi
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