19Feb

Youth & Fast Fashion: Making Sustainable Choices

The 2030 Agenda on the achievement of SDGs states that youth leadership will be a central part of the global vision in the ongoing decade. With 1.2 billion people in the 15-24 age group, we have a tremendous challenge and opportunity before us. And this realization is not lost on world leaders, who believe that...

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11Feb

Food is a Cause of Fire in the Amazon Forest

Climate change, the future of our earth, and greenhouse gas emissions are some of the growing concerns since the last few decades. We have been talking about fossil fuels, single-use plastics, deforestation for development, waste management to combat this change. However, there has been a slow movement against meat production and its impact on the...

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8Feb

India’s Dream for 24X7 Water Supply

Clean piped drinking water supply for all is a national priority for India in the ongoing second innings of the Government. This can be seen through programs like ‘Nal se Jal’ that focus on provision of 24×7 piped water supply across different parts of the country. This will go hand in glove with the second...

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4Feb

From the Tragedy of the Common

Riya, Faiz, and Ravi were sitting in their school canteen during lunch break when they noticed one of their teachers, Ms Biswas. Seated across the aisle, she was engrossed in a bright orange book with a simple title, Politics by Aristotle. They had been introduced to Aristotle recently in their social studies classes. So, they...

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