Category: NATURE COSMOS

Climate Change: Why It’s Now Or Never

By Shreya Sherkhane Do you remember when we had a whole of 12 years to save the planet?Not anymore, no. Now we only have the next seven months until it is irreversible forever. If we continue down this road where there is not an inkling of change, glaciers will keep on melting; global temperatures will…
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Lovers

The moss sitting fat over rocks are spectators, To the love affair of the sea and the land Their romance houses itself in the clouds, It pours down on the imitation gems of the ocean,  It is the language of mirage and the dialect of hope, And oh! their celebratory nuptials, The sound of this…
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COVID-19: An Alarm Bell to Reinvigorate the Environment

~ Khushi Koul COVID-19, an unprecedented crisis with catastrophic impact on both livelihoods and lives of folks across the globe, has been a major blow for the world economy and has made more than 25 million people its prey till date. However, it has evidently benefited nature, and its resources in ways no devised mechanisms…
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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2020

In honour of the World Environment Day, URI North India & Afghanistan created a video to spread mass awareness on environmental emergencies that our human race is confronted with.  It was a small endeavour by United Religions Initiative North India & Afghanistan and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) India to facilitate Interfaith in Action. The…
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Religion and Ecology: Can They Facilitate Each Other?

By Tavishi Sharma “My heart is moved by all I cannot save so much has been destroyed I have to cast my lot with those who age after age, perversely, with no extraordinary power, reconstitute the world.” ~ Adrienne Rich The 21st century has been the advent of technology taking over our lives and the…
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World Environment Day

By Gracy Singh The World Environment Day which is celebrated every year on June 5, marks the commitment of humanity to protect the environment. It is an internationally recognized day which aims at educating people on environmental issues and their responsibility towards mother nature. More than 143 countries become a part of this celebration and…
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Whales- The New Environmentalists?

For as broad as a concept environment is, it surely seeks a lot of requirement for protection and improvement in the quality of natural or manmade surroundings. Unfortunately, few scientists and scholars have now started to believe that there is not much that we can do to reverse the detrimental effects of the human activities…
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This Time, it is for ‘Mother’ Nature

~ Disha Mishra The year 2020, is unfortunately not a normal one. The entire world is battling a life-threatening virus, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and disease has turned the earth upside down bringing most of the activities to a standstill. Everything is in doldrums but nature. The planet seems to have encountered…
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Earth Day- A Significant yet Trivialized Festival

Siya Bindal Why are festivals bracketed with some sort of a culture or religion? A festival is a day of celebration ergo, Earth day should also be celebrated with an equal amount of ardour as any other festival for, it is a global festival that is not associated with a culture or a religion. Human…
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Covid-19: Boon for Nature, Bane for Humanity

 Chaitali Verma Coronavirus. You’ve read about it, you’ve heard about it, the people sitting next to you are probably having a conversation about it. Hand sanitizers are going out of stock, masks are being sold at outrageous prices, Australia has toilet paper shortage and people are panic buying everyday supplies. I sit down to watch…
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