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India, too, is witnessing growth of solar sector. It is also home to the world’s largest solar plant

Highest-ever solar capacity added in 2016, claims report

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By July, around 5.5 million people or nearly half the country’s population, will not have a reliable source of food

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Tracking the history of droughts over a 100 years

Living Skeletons

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The Trump administration will begin rescinding Obama-era environmental regulations in an "aggressive way" as soon as February 28

Trump’s administration will scrap Obama-era green regulations

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This three-day hands-on workshop is specially structured to build the skills required to access data, analyse and present it

Workshop on How to Benefit from Data in Digital Age

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Researchers predict that 66 per cent croplands will lose 8.7 per cent of their selenium content

Climate change can cause selenium deficiency in soil and humans

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Burning trees to make electricity is yet another screwball idea thrown up by the climate change circus

The joker among `trumps'!

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With routine cleaning, when copper alloy is used on regularly touched surfaces in busy wards and intensive care units, there is up to a 90% reduction in the numbers of live bacteria on their surfaces

Copper is great at killing superbugs – so why don't hospitals use it?

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With waste disposal becoming a pressing need in India, municipal authorities can learn a few lessons from young entrepreneurs who are converting waste into a valuable resource

Junk masters

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Why are these poorly documented aquatic plants under threat?

Withering heights

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Till March 31, you can grab a copy of annual State of Environment Report 2017 and the First Food at a special price

SOE 2017 and Food book combo offer

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Although the initial indications are promising, scientists maintain that the discovery of the potentially for life in solar system does not automatically mean the presence of water or life

Sister Solar System and Earth's cousins

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As climate change threatens staple food production, resource-poor farmers are inclined to diversify their sources of food and income to cope with the situation

Africa’s untapped goldmine of food biodiversity

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East Delhi is home to several informal electronic waste recycling units. The city, alone, generates 15,000 tonnes of e-waste every year

Chennai’s soil, Delhi’s air most contaminated due to high PCB concentration: study

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A unique arrangement wherein artistes work in harmony with nature

Under the Sal Tree—theatre of nature

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The food book will be officially released on February 28. Grab a copy of it

FIRST FOOD: Culture of Taste

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Organisations like IUCN and Population Foundation of India have already signed up for the upcoming workshop on deriving benefits from data. Have you?

Workshop on How to Benefit from Data in Digital Age

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While prolonged drought and untimely floods destroyed crops, the emerging food crisis has often become a full-scale humanitarian disaster due to policy flip-flops

Living Skeletons

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While most conservation programmes in India are focused on saving vertebrate populations, there are hardly any that aim to save aquatic plants that not only provide nutritive food but are also used to make decorative items, toys, mattresses and offer fodder for livestock

Withering heights

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Young entrepreneurs in the country are now tapping into the unorganised waste management sector through a range of innovative solutions, and are converting waste into valuable resources

Junk masters

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