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  • India on top among G20 countries in climate change action, a new study reveals

    According to an Observer Research Foundation assessment on climate change mitigation among the Group of 20 countries, India and Italy are leading the race, followed by Indonesia and the United Kingdom.

  • 9 Indian states among the top 50 climate-vulnerable regions in the globe

    According to a new study announced on February 20, nine of the 50 places in the globe experiencing significant climate risk to a weak physical infrastructure are in India. Bihar (22nd), Uttar Pradesh (25th), Assam (28th), Rajasthan (32nd), Tamil Nadu (36th), Maharashtra (38th), Gujarat (48th), Punjab (50th), and Kerala (52nd) are among the most susceptible in the country, with the index indicating that Mumbai, the country's financial hub, is also at danger.

  • Goa “Green Tourism Plans” Preparing To Switch To Renewable Energy

    The state administration of Goa has started creating a road map for the state's shift to green energy, eager to forward its goals for green tourism. The creation of a green rating system and the implementation of decarbonization plans or programmes for the state's tourism industry and related industries are among the goals of the draft plan.

  • Cyclone Gabrielle Forces New Zealand To Declares National Emergency

    It was only the third time in history that the New Zealand government declared a national state of emergency owing to the storm's devastation .Once before, at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, has New Zealand issued a national state of emergency. The calamity, according to Prime Minister Chris Hipkins, is the largest meteorological event to affect New Zealand in a century. At least 225,000 people, according to officials, were without electricity on Tuesday.

  • Cambodia Prepared To Export “E-Waste” To Overseas Recycling Plants

    More than 7 tonnes of potentially dangerous electronic trash, including batteries and accumulators, have been gathered by Ecobatt-Energy Cambodia over the course of the previous four years. These products cannot be recycled in the Kingdom due to a lack of infrastructure.

  • Turkey Issues Arrest Warrants Regarding Quake-Related Building Collapses

    On Sunday, Turkey promised to thoroughly investigate anyone suspected of being behind the collapse of buildings during the country's devastating earthquakes nearly a week earlier. Turkey has already ordered the detention of 113 suspects.

  • Renewable Energy Goal Hampered By CEA's Warning

    Despite India's emphasis on renewable energy, a recent directive from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) of India to power companies ordering them to postpone retiring any thermal units until 2030 has upset analysts who believe the action may set India's efforts toward an energy transition back. According to CEA's notice from January 20,

  • In Lieu Of Your E-Waste, Plant A Tree

    Lions Clubs India presents a game-changing option to sustainably recycle your device and protect the environment through the e-waste campaign

  • Union Budget 2023: Restructuring Renewable Energy Sectors

    In order to reach its ambitious goal of having net zero carbon emissions by 2070, India must prioritize green growth supported by a sustainable economy. On February 1, 2023, the Finance Minister prioritized the issue while presenting the Union Budget 2023 to the Parliament. Sustainability and climate action have garnered the most attention recently, not only in India but also on numerous international platforms in other nations. Even numerous national leaders, such as the Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, have repeatedly emphasized the nation's plans for renewable energy, such as producing and exporting green hydrogen or researching sustainable aviation fuel for aircraft.

  • YouCAN Environment Fest Organized By Pune International Centre

    An environment festival will take place on Saturday at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sanskritik Bhavan-Ghole Road in order to discuss, share, and present ideas and potential solutions to combat climate change.