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Climate Change Perspective Through Photography

The world is in a tight spot with climate change knocking at our door. But have you ever thought about how we truly understand the weight of this global battle? Sure, we get tons of info from social media, news outlets, and scientific papers, but it's the snapshots taken by folks witnessing climate chaos firsthand that really hit home.

A serious note on the challenges we face can be seen when w... Read More

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  • Around 54% of greenhouse gas emissions come from just 3 of the biggest emitters, USA, China and Europe while the 100 least-emitting countries contribute less than 3%. (Climate Watch, 2020)
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Delhi records nearly 50-degree temperature amidst brutal Heatwave

Northern India is facing a scorching heatwave, with temperatures reaching near-record highs and prompting the India Meteorological Department (IMD) to issue a red alert for several states. Delhi bore the brunt of the heat yesterday, recording a maximum temperature of 49.9 degrees Celsius (almost 122 degrees Fahrenheit), bordering on extreme heatwave conditions. Other states under the red alert include Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana, and West Uttar Pradesh. Residents in these areas can expect similar scorching temperatures for the next 3-5 days.

The IMD's red alert signifies a severe heatwave, with a high risk of heatstroke and heat-related illnesses. Peopl... Read more


Photo Story

Recent flash floods across the towns and cities in the lap of Himalayan region brought forth destruction, devastation and disaster risks to the forefront. In this photo story we bring to you destruction at the school based on the manjhi river bank, vulnerability of poor household situated adjacent to river bank and reconstruction work post the flashflood in Bhagau Nag area of dharamshala.