Climate Emergency

Suno India

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Dec 03, 2019

Climate resilient natural farming

Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) methods are said to be more resilient to climatic changes and have more nutritious yields. It enables farmers to shift out of chemical-input based agriculture to low-cost, non...

41 mins

Nov 29, 2019

Dilution of FRA violates our rights, says women forest dwellers

Women forest dwellers struggle to defend their rights to the forests in the wake of the Supreme Court judgement in the forest rights case as their rights are compromised by the threat of eviction of millions of...

32 mins

Nov 29, 2019

Let’s talk climate, equity and individual responsibility

Every country agrees that we need to fight Climate change but no one agrees who has to pay for it. Historically most developed countries grew unsustainably mainly by mining for oil and coal for their developmen...

29 mins

Nov 12, 2019

How does air pollution impact children?

On World Pneumonia Day, we bring this special episode which looks at the impact of air pollution on our health but most importantly those of our children. I interviewed Dr Anupam Sachdeva, Chairman, Department...

20 mins

Nov 08, 2019

Where is Delhi going wrong in fighting air pollution?

Every winter Delhi turns into a gas chamber with air pollution causing severe health effects making the city go standstill. But why is Delhi failing and what needs to be done to make it a better place for child...

43 mins

Oct 29, 2019

Farmers battle extreme weather in Andaman islands

With over 500 islands, the Andaman and Nicobar islands, with its turquoise beaches and tropical forests has been facing extreme weather events in the recent past. From tsunami to cyclonic storms, these islands...

30 mins

Oct 26, 2019

Reason behind Indian Government's ban of single-use plastic

On 15th August, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, announced that India will ban single-use plastic from October 2nd of this year. But on 2nd October the government decided to phase out single-use plastic by 2022 in...

22 mins

Sep 27, 2019

Meet Ridhima Pandey - The 11-year-old Climate Activist from Uttarakhand

Over 4.2 million people from over 170 countries, old and young participated in the Climate March held last Friday. This week too, estimated 2 million people too are expected to participate in the climate strike...

18 mins

Sep 25, 2019

Escaping the hungry tide

Sagar Island is one of the 102 Islands in the Indian Sundarban. Surrounded by Bay of Bengal on one side, and Hooghly river and Muriganga river on the other two, this island is experiencing real time effects of...

29 mins

Sep 15, 2019

Desertification hits the poor hardest

Desertification and land use has been in the news recently a lot more than it usually is mainly because of the UNCCD COP 14 held in Delhi recently. So during the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992, all countries came...

37 mins