Divya Mehra It is well established that India is an ‘under-construction’ country. As a developing economy, the country invests a … Continue reading Compensatory Afforestation – Where is the Land?
Divya Mehra In my previous blog, titled ‘Responsible Consumerism Comes at a Cost’, I have highlighted the importance of being … Continue reading Green or Greenwashing?
Divya Mehra and Shiwani The Coronavirus pandemic which has affected almost every part of the world is considered to be … Continue reading WATER QUALITY OF THE YAMUNA RIVER DURING THE FIRST LOCKDOWN
Divya Mehra With growing environmental concerns around the globe, the adoption of a sustainable lifestyle has become one of the … Continue reading Responsible Consumerism Comes at a Cost
Divya Mehra The world only recently started taking baby steps to deal with the troublesome nature of plastic and was … Continue reading Plastic Woes and the Pandemic
Divya Mehra Since the beginning of the year 2020, the world is fighting a life-threatening enemy in the form of … Continue reading Did the Pandemic Help in Reducing Global Carbon Emissions?
Divya Mehra Cities and pandemics have shared a long history and over the decades it has been witnessed that cities … Continue reading Cities – Emerging Hotspots for Infectious Diseases
Divya Mehra As the world fights the coronavirus outbreak, washing hands at regular intervals has become the most important protective … Continue reading Pandemic and the Urban Water Crisis
Divya Mehra On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the COVID-19 or Coronavirus Disease 2019 outbreak as … Continue reading Reclaiming Lost Ground
Divya Mehra Every February, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology organises ‘The Great Backyard Bird Count’ (GBBC), a worldwide citizen science … Continue reading Birding for an Amateur