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Environmental degradation

Land Pollution

The rise in the human population and the technological advancements have led to the overuse of the natural resources and pollution of the environment.  This has led to a depletion of all the resources and is steadily leading to an ecological imbalance in many ecosystems. This rising deterioration of the Earth and its natural resources

What is meant by Environmental Education?

Environmental Education

Environmental Education is a multidisciplinary field that integrates subjects such as Biology, Ecology, Geography, Earth Science, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and others. It aims to teach how the natural ecosystem functions and how it can be managed effectively to create a sustainable environment for all to live in. The Human impact on the earth’s ecosystem has

Multi-Use Reusable Eco-friendly Bags

Reusable Bags

Multi-Use Reusable Eco-friendly Bags There is a wide range of reusable bag options available in the market. Reusable bags are heavier and more durable bags, constructed to have a longer life. These reusable bags are made from several different materials such as cotton, bamboo recycled PET, FSC-certified kraft paper and many others. However, you can

Reasons to Install Solar Energy for Cost Efficiency

Solar Panel Installation

The future of domestic power supply is here, and with it, the golden age of investment in solar has finally arrived. The privilege to utilize the sun’s rays at home is now a commodity that grew by 30 percent in the period from 2016 to 2017 alone. Its inversely proportional price-to-efficiency relation is working in

5 Tips for a Sustainable Lifestyle

Importance of Environmental Education

Many people are leading more sustainable lives by practicing more environmentally friendly habits. Some countries are also practicing sustainability to preserve their environment and resources for the future generation. Some practices of leading more sustainable lives are reducing plastic waste and also using resources wisely such as planting more trees and not wasting food particles.

Joint Forest Management in India: Case study of Gorela village

Joint Forest Management – History The policies and guidelines of JFM were started in Indian National Forest Policy 1988 by central govt. to encourage people’s participation in forest management, protection and conservation As an outcome of the forest policy, JFM started in West Bengal’s Bakura district, where Ajit Banerjee, a silviculturist, was conducting his trails in