Why Diesel Vehicles should be regulated in Delhi
Diesel vehicles are allowed to pollute more and their exhaust is directly linked to cancer. This is a good enough reason to regulate the sale and use of diesel vehicles, especially in cities like Delhi which has a perpetual problem of air pollution.
N. Raja of Toyota India on future of Electric Vehicles in India
N Raja, Deputy Managing Director of Toyota Kirloskar talks about the roadmap for …
Will India lose one of its last patches of Jurassic forest?
Kathalekan, in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, is a relic forest with Myristica swamp ecosystem. It has remained unchanged for over 100 million years. It is spread across an area of 25 square kilometres. Today, this ancient forest is under severe threat from human interventions in the region.
CSE launches Forum of Cities that Segregate
The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has been working with cities to promote and implement source-segregation model of waste management. To advance this work and create a movement in India on segregation at source, CSE launches the ‘Forum of Cities that Segregate’.
Ice Man of Ladakh: Chewang Norphel who builds artificial glaciers
Mr. Norphel is a retired civil engineer from Ladakh. He is popularly known as 'Ice Man of Ladakh' as his innovative method of water conservation by creating artificial glaciers has helped many villages in this cold and dry desert.
Climate Change: Sunita Narain on adaptation to the new normal
Sunita Narain's video-speech at the Water Research Commission Symposium 2017, in Boksburg, South Africa. She talks about the importance of water management and sanitation in the wake of unpredictable and extreme climatic events.
Facebook Live: Are recent floods linked to climate change?
Sunita Narain, Director General Centre for Science and Environment discusses the recent floods event in Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bengaluru and Houston and their links to climate change. Shreeshan Venkatesh, climate change correspondent for Down to Earth joins this conversation