Category: Environment

Politics in a Burning World: Beyond Mere Survival

Rithika Ramamurthy and Ajay Singh Chaudhary in Non-Profit Quarterly: “Beyond Mere Survival”: A Conversation with…

How This Person Challenged Our Understanding of Work, Tech. and Natural World

Costica Bradatan in the TLS: On July 4, 1845, a man from Concord, Massachusetts, declared…

Plants Find Light Using Gaps Between Their Cells

“Plants can measure and react to a far broader spectrum of light than we can…

Should We Attribute All Climate-Related Disasters Only to Global Warming?

Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, PhD, Former President of the Republic of Mauritius, argues that the way we…

Story In Pictures: TWO Rainbows

“A picture is worth a thousand words”, is an adage in multiple languages meaning that…

How Asia Can Unlock $800 Billion of Climate Financing

A survey of 19 countries in Asia revealed important gaps in data, disclosures, and taxonomies,…

In China, Clean Energy is NOW the Driver of Economic Growth

Adam Tooze at Chartbook: As data from the IEA confirm, the scale of China’s green…

Ten Key Takeaways From Davos 2024

We have to build new economic models, new businesses and possibly new lifestyles or humanity…

PICS: Kashmir’s Rare Snowless Winter

Auqib Javeed writes on BBC website: This year, things are different: the snow-clad mountains in…

Karachi: There’s Something in the Air

Like other cities in Pakistan, Karachi also faces a huge problem of poor solid waste…

Feeding the World in 21st Century: ‘Cities Like Forests’

A leading proponent of vertical farming discusses how urban areas (DesPardes Editor’s note: like Karachi,…

World’s Lost 8th Continent Finally Found After 70,000 Years

World’s lost 8th continent is about 1.6 times larger than United Kingdom Scientists have discovered…