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?
Fizala Tayebulla Lakes and other water bodies have been an important part of civilisation all around the world. Freshwater sources … Continue reading On Seeing City Water Bodies
Vijaylakshmi Suman The popular imagination of monsoon is that of lush green surroundings and pleasant weather, but the monsoon scenario … Continue reading Sustainability of Smart Cities
Shiwani One of the important steps in wetland restoration is managing the invasive or weed species (SER Report, 2019). A … Continue reading A Brief on Control and Management of Invasive Phragmites for Wetland Restoration
Fizala Tayebulla Heritage is a legacy of important tangible and intangible assets passed down through the generations. An individual, a … Continue reading Living Legacies
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
Vijaylakshmi Suman The second wave of Covid-19 has crippled the world, and unfortunately, India has become one of the hotspots. … Continue reading Earth Day: Its Significance Amidst the Pandemic
Fizala Tayebulla The pandemic has brought in several structural and value changes in our lives. Some of the changes that … Continue reading Harvest of the Pandemic