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  • Pune-based firm developing sustainable solutions for a low-carbon economy

    Praj Industries' Founding Chairman Dr Pramod Chaudhari stated that the firm is producing sustainable solutions in the form of Renewable Chemicals and Materials (RCM) in the quest for a low-carbon economy.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • India Pledge To Reduce GDP-Related Emissions By 2030

    Bhupender Yadav, India's minister of environment, forests, and climate change, recently stated during a ministerial session at the India Energy Week in Bengaluru that India is committed to reducing its GDP's emissions intensity by 45% by 2030 and reaching net zero by 2070. He asserts that seven crucial transitions will help India move forward on a long-term path toward low-carbon development.

  • Transitioning To A Low-Carbon Energy Mix

    Hardeep Singh Puri, the Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas and Housing and Urban Affairs, has stated that the economic development strategy for India is based on seven crucial transitions to low-carbon development pathways.

  • Effects of Climate Change and Global Warming on Assam Tea Farmers

    In Assam, tea planters believe that recent years have seen a negative impact from climate change and global warming. Climate has a significant impact on tea plantations. Assam's tea plantations have suffered in recent years as a result of climate change and global warming.

  • Global Aid Helps Turkey-Syria Earthquake Disaster Victims

    More bodies were found in the rubble of demolished buildings on Tuesday, bringing the overall death toll from a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and numerous aftershocks to more than 7,700. Thousands of injuries had also been reported in earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria, where rescue teams were forced to sift through the rubble. Nations are rushing to provide aid; the first shipment of supplies from India has already arrived at an airport in the nearby city of Adana.