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India’s fight against climate change and disasters needs your bold tech solutions
The spread of COVID-19 brought to the forefront the need to focus more on innovation.

UN chief: Virus could push millions of Africans into poverty
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that the coronavirus threatens Africa's progress and could push millions into extreme poverty. He said in a video message launching a policy report on “The Impact of COVID-19 in Africa” that countries on the continent have responded swiftly to the crisis, and as of now reported cases are lower than feared with more than 2,500 deaths.

Survey to map Himalayan springs soon
As a part of the government’s plan to revive natural sources of water in the hilly region, drones would be deployed to map all the springs in the Himalayan region. Destinations such as Shimla, Mussorie, Nainital and even Gangtok often face acute water crisis.

Western Rajasthan produces surplus power, thanks to wind and solar energy

Godrej stresses on technological innovations to meet global food challenges and save environment

BASIC nations urge developed countries to fulfill their climate finance commitments

India on track to meet all its climate action targets, says Union minister Harsh Vardhan

Climate meet: India and its BASIC partners strongly oppose rich nations’ attempt to backslide on Paris Agreement

Developed countries seem to be shedding their responsibilities in pre-2020 period and delaying climate action, says India ahead of crucial UN climate talks

IIT Kharagpur to set up Re-Water Research Center

Most landslides in Manipur caused by anthropogenic factors: Environment ministry

Parliament panel asks govt to revisit tree cutting policies

“Concept of compensatory afforestation is seriously flawed”

India showed global leadership by pledging to phase out single-use plastics by 2022: UN Environment chief

India's traditions have stressed on living in harmony with nature: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that development can be environment friendly and may not come at the cost of green assets, while asserting that India's traditions long stressed the importance of living in harmony with nature.

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