Ovenfresh May, 2017

Emerging ripples in the environmental think-tank.


May 20, 2017 | Author: Rajendra Shende

“Designing for nature than for humans” was the theme of my speech at MIT Institute of Design near Pune, India. The logic is simple, humans are part of the nature.Recommended Site

Obituary : Genetically UnModified Environment Minister

May 20, 2017 | Author: Rajendra Shende

‘Walking away from the decision-making could be the hardest but it could also be the best decision’, says a wise fable. Anil Madhav Dave, India’s Minister of Environment surely faced such predicament . His fate took decision for him

IOT: the New Cool: Campuses get a gateway through Smart Campus Cloud Network

May 15, 2017 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Internet of Things that matters for campus from SCCN TERRE Policy Centre

Now is the time to hedge climate change: Breaking News is now about Breaking Away of Largest Iceberg

May 12, 2017 | Author: Rajendra Shende

The real ‘breaking news’ of this century is ‘breaking away of  Antarctica’s fourth largest ice shelf Larsen C from its mother continent . Exceptionally high temperatures are a major cause of this fracture.

We Need USA that is Engaged-New UNSG to American TV.No word from him on Climate Change.

May 05, 2017 | Author: Rajendra Shende

In his first ever USA  TV interview since becoming secretary-general of the UN António Guterres talks on everything that USA needs to get engaged except Climate Change!

Alphabets of Environmental Literacy: Do we have time to learn Alphabets or we just Jump-start the Actions?

May 01, 2017 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Being literate does not necessarily mean being educated. And being educated does not necessarily mean ‘environmentally literate’. So, what are the alphabets of environmental literacy ?