Is anyone there to rescue us? And more importantly, is there some one to guide us on how not to get trapped again?Aboard a flight from Seychelles to Dubai, I looked down as the plane was descending.
The day Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP, which means Common Man’s Party) won unprecedented mandate in Delhi’s assembly election, 6500 kms away in City Council in Paris, France was busy in approving the measures to fight air pollution.
A century back, on 9th January, Mahatma Gandhi made his determined journey to India with a singular goal to ‘Make in India’.
The inconvenient truth is not that global warming is undeniably unequivocal but that we are unable to address it with the required urgency.
One of the swan-song-projects that I undertook when I was leading the global capacity building activities in United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Paris was rather out-of-box.
Super-efficient appliances can also contribute to ‘clean India’ movement. When I came out of United Nations General Assembly Hall on 23rd September…..
In 1997, I was in cultural capital of Japan-City of Kyoto.Kyoto is also known as an university city. But it has no real linkages with industries or the problem of the climate change.
“A few more whacks of the ice axe in the firm snow, and we stood on top”, stated Sir Edmund Hillary about his final climb
26th June 2014, Versaille, Solar City: Just 20 KMs West of Paris stands a huge icon of French grandeur- a Palace of Versaille.
May 26, 2014 could well be the new beginning in the history of the relation between India and its South Asian neighbors. Frenzied media across the South Asian continent had never expected
I was invited to write in English and French journal about India’s environmental challenges th
We must combine tradition and new techniques, technology transfers could be both ways : north to sou
Switching-on lights in your room would affect the life of tribal-women far away. Export of sugar is
Jeffrey D. Sachs presents how global citizens can take a holistic pathway forward to address the s
The world took 150 years to realize that the invention of incandescent bulbs is the most inefficient