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  • From Passion to Action: Garvita Gulhati's Vision for a Water-Secure Future

    At just 21 years old, Garvita Gulhati has already left an indelible mark on the world through her unwavering dedication to water conservation. Hailing from Bengaluru, India, she is the founder of "Why Waste?" an organization aimed at sensitizing people about the water crisis gripping the nation. Garvita's journey began at the tender age of 13 when she first became actively involved in supporting environmental causes.

  • Sonika Manandhar is Driving Change with Green Energy Mobility

    In the busy streets of Kathmandu, there's a hero quietly making a difference. Her name is Sonika Manandhar, and she's on a mission to help our planet and empower women. Sonika studied computer engineering and decided to use her skills to fight climate change. Fueled by a passion for sustainability, Sonika is set on a mission to combat climate change and empower women through her groundbreaking initiative, Green Energy Mobility.

  • Warka Towers: A Promise of Better, Cleaner Water for All

    Many of the world's major underground water reserves are being depleted at an alarming rate and in many rural areas, access to clean water remains a significant challenge.

  • Lighting the Path: Gyanesh Pandey's Rural Mission with Husk Power

    Today, nearly 800 million people in the world lack access to electricity with the majority of those people located in Sub-Saharan Africa. According to the World Bank, these areas are disproportionately affected by energy poverty, leading to millions suffering from indoor air pollution caused by traditional fuel use. In the face of these challenges, Gyanesh Pandey, co-founder of Husk Power Systems, has undertaken a mission to uplift the lives of those living in the shadows of energy poverty.

  • Biogas is key to achieving energy security, meeting climate goals

    Let us begin with some facts. Each year, landfills around the world generate 30-70 million tonnes of methane—a gas responsible for trapping heat and warming the atmosphere.

  • Renewable Energy Now and in the Future

    Renewable energy has emerged as the most efficient and environment-friendly option to address energy security concerns and meet future global energy demands.

  • India caught between Energy Security and Climate Action

    Of the many declarations made at the COP 28, the one that has caught significant attention is the pledge that over 130 countries took to triple renewable energy capacity, and double the global rate of energy efficiency by 2030.

  • Priyanka Bakaya: Changing Trash into Energy

    Nearly a decade ago, Priyanka Bakaya set out on a mission to turn plastic waste into something valuable. Today, her company Renewlogy is making profitable strides by converting non-recyclable plastic into high-value fuels like diesel. Bakaya's story is not just about entrepreneurial success but a testament to human progress in the renewable energy sector.

  • Fighting For Their Island Homes: The Inspiring Journey of the Pacific Climate Warriors

    The Pacific Island nations are among the most vulnerable to climate change impacts, despite contributing less than 0.03% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Rising sea levels, increased intensity and frequency of natural disasters, food and water insecurity, and the loss of land and cultural heritage are some of the challenges faced by these communities.

  • Sustainable Studies: The Green School in Bali, Indonesia

    Indonesia's serene island of Bali is celebrated for its lush landscapes, vibrant culture, and now, an educational revolution. Amidst the dense jungles and sprawling rice fields, an extraordinary school is redefining the traditional norms of education. Welcome to Green School Bali, an international pre-kindergarten to high school that is as green as it is innovative. This radically different learning institute is dedicated to nurturing a new generation of changemakers equipped to tackle global issues like climate change.