India's real enemy
City of joy is choking
Cascading impact of monsoon
Monsoon rains are synonymous with flooded streets and traffic congestion, with water stagnation due to choked drains resulting in the spread of diseases like dengue and chikungunya
Insurance schemes beyond the reach of poor
Not an ideal immersion
Instead of artificial tanks, devotees use lakes and large water bodies for immersion of idols of Lord Ganesh
State turns its back on health sector
With state-run health care facilities proving ill-equipped to tackle the surge in dengue and chinkungunya patients, private medicos are exploiting the situation
Thank thy saviour
Tribal women in Odisha tied rakhis around trees, calling them the true saviours of their life
Graphic editor Sorit Gupto questions the stark economic divide between rich and poor
Alive and choking
Toyota told the National Green Tribunal that the ban on registration of new diesel cars in Delhi-NCR would affect the existence of the company. But what of the pollution these cars cause?
A superstar against environmental evil
Relief but from what?
After an excruciating drought, heavy rains lead to flash flood in Madhya Pradesh
'I want to be like Uncle Sam'
Nearly three quarters of India's Environment Supplement Plan (ESP) has been directly lifted from the United State's Supplemental Environmental Projects Policy
Air pollution: will the green cess concept work?
The country's apex court has paved the way for registration of diesel vehicles on payment of one-time environmental cess
A friendship cemented by climate change
India and USA have signed a statement to strengthen cooperation on clean energy
Scenes from a book launch
Graphic Editor Sorit Gupto brings some humourous insights from the very serious launch of Down To Earth Editor Sunita Narain's book, 'Why I should be tolerant'
A giant backing out?
Mercedes-Benz has put on hold investments in India due to ban on sale of larger diesel vehicles in Delhi-NCR
India's health not my worry
Thousands of Indian doctors migrate to other countries every year, while many posts remain vacant in India
Consume with care to avoid water scarcity
'All polluters are equal, but some polluters are more equal than others'
With so many exemptions and VIPs refusing to use public transport, can the odd-even scheme be considered a success?
Delhi's Bhalswa landfill has been on fire for more than a week
A clear picture of Maharashtra's water distribution model