India is the developing country and due to industrialization and modernization, is leaving powerful impact at the global level on technical ground. But everything comes with pros and cons. Development at the sake of environment is not justifiable and is c
Glaciers are set to disappear completely from almost half of World Heritage sites if business-as-usual emissions continue, according to the first-ever global study of World Heritage glaciers.
In many cases the industrious processes of man have left behind contaminants in the soil. These contaminants pose a significant threat to the health of not just humans but to all natural life in the surrounding environment.
Artificial leaves mimic photosynthesis -- the process whereby plants use water and carbon dioxide from the air to produce carbohydrates using energy from the sun. But even state-of-the-art artificial leaves, which hold promise
Microplastics contaminate the world's surface waters, yet scientists have only just begun to explore their presence in groundwater systems. A new study is the first to report microplastics in fractured limestone
The Greenland Ice Sheet emits tons of methane according to a new study, showing that subglacial biological activity impacts the atmosphere far more than previously thought. An international team of researchers led by the University of Bristol
Weeds constitute an important aspect of modern crop production systems. Hence proper identification of local weeds, their life cycle and biology, agronomy and control are absolutely important for successful crop production.
Organically farmed food has a bigger climate impact than conventionally farmed food, due to the greater areas of land required. This is the finding of a new international
The Himalayan region has a unique geographical condition due to which it occupies rich diversity of flora and fauna and at the same time, this region is very sensitive to ecological disturbance. The wide range of altitudinal variations
In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers show that humans are reversing a long-term cooling trend tracing back at least 50 million years. And itâ€™s taken just two centuries.