“Across the country, people are facing dried-up wells and rivers; some places have suffered repeated droughts in recent years,” said a statement by Climate Trends. A worsening of the situation could fuel many interstate and international water conflicts in India, it added.
Leopards are often thought of as a threat to humans, but rather than being a problem in Mumbai, they may actually be helping their human neighbours—even saving their lives—as we argue in our paper published today in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Distilled urine from female cattle currently fetches at least as much as milk in India.
The Global Carbon Project (GCP) shows the reason why India and China were absent from the UNPCC this week.
The graphs of coal and cement CO2 emissions shows what they were doing instead.
The top leaders of China and India aren’t planning to attend this month’s United Nations summit on climate change, signaling tepid support for a global pact to cut greenhouse gases among two of the largest emitters.
India and China are committed to economic growth based on existing hydrocarbon sources, mainly coal, rather than the environment.