Young art: A head full of dreams
Gobar Times and Green Schools Programme conducted a five-day environment e-summer camp from June 1 to June 5, 2020. Sessions on story-telling, …
Exams ruined, period
Essential items like sanitary pads should be provided in public spaces to cater the regular needs of women
Waste recycling app fetches Diana Award for 13-year-old Delhi girl
Freya Thakral’s Recycler App provides users a door-to-door pick up service for recyclable waste
"Without pens, pencils and copies, how will we study?"
With online classes in full swing, children share how a dearth of stationery items is impacting their study
Disappearing classrooms: Teaching in a post-COVID world
Without eye contact and personal interaction, teaching has become challenging–even for the best teachers we know
What does the Bible say about locusts?
In the Bible, God afflicts ancient Egyptians with ten plagues for their sins. One of them was the plague of locusts
Rise of the mosquitoes
Scientists have mapped how rising temperatures will impact the population and distribution of mosquitoes in the world
Getting to know about environment
Is bottled water, sold at exorbitant prices, better and purer than good 'ol tap water you receive for free? How can we save the tiger without …
The Crow, Honey Hunter and the Kitchen Garden
An exciting collection of 20 short stories to attract today’s young generation and help them understand environment in their own language.
BIOSCOPE OF PIU & POM
This is CSE’s first collection of 14 topical stories in comic strips format to help you understand serious environmental issues in a fun …
International Tea Day gets a thumbs up from UN
Tea is the most consumed drink in the world, second only to water
The curious Curies
Marie, Pierre and Irène Curie have received a total of four of Nobel prizes, the highest won by a single family!
All hail the “Rain Queen” of South Africa
Masalanabo Modjadji, the soon-to-be queen of Balobedu tribe, is set to be as powerful as the Zulu and Xhosa kings
The curious case of rapid melting in the Himalayas
Nearly one-third of the world’s population depend on the Hindu Kush Himalayas (HKH) for water
Benefits of speaking more than one language
Half the world’s population is bilingual but what do scientists have to say on the issue?
Burning trees never a good idea
Felling forests in the guise of reducing carbon emissions may result in an irreparable loss of biodiversity
The trial of a bat
Bats are more than mere virus carriers; As pollinators, they play a key role in ensuring food security
Can technologies make us brainier?
The age-old nostrum of “eat well, exercise well, sleep well” can help us lead a contented life
Let's be water-wise
While there is no escape from washing hands regularly, we can definitely be more mindful of the way we use water and avoid its wastage
Gullible creatures of the sea
Ocean plastic emits a smell that many marine animals, including sea turtles, associate with food
All about the most selfish animal on the planet
We, humans, continue to choke our oceans with harmful waste. So, have we really changed?
Should we say good-bye to zoos?
Perhaps, the lockdown is a signal to humanity to finally let go of the outdated concept
Secret diary of a virus
Thanks to the trade and imperial ventures of humans, these disease-causing organisms could cross regional boundaries and spread infection
A letter from the jungle
The forest, capable of meeting our basic needs of food, shelter and fuel, can act as a model of sustainable living for all of us
Chasing the storm
The wild winds huff and puff, destroying all that comes in its way. But, does it have a hidden message to say?