Why Bird species Facing decline throughout the World?

Why Bird species Facing decline throughout the World?

What is happening to the birds on the planet? More than 5,000 species of birds are in decline (continued loss of populations) or in danger of extinction throughout the world. Overall, approximately 48% of the 11,000 known bird species are estimated to be experiencing population decline, while 39% (4,295 species) maintain stable trends, 6% (676) … Read more

Kishau Dam will displace people from Uttarakhand and Himachal

Kishau Dam will displace people from Uttarakhand and Himachal

The Kishau dam project was proposed way back in 1963. In the inter-state meeting held on November 7, 1963. In the meeting construction of four projects was decided. A well-researched report was submitted to the Central Water and Power Commission in 1964, which was about the 236-metre Kishau dam. Kishau on river Tons in Uttarakhand … Read more

The costs of the effects of climate change continue to rise

The costs of the effects of climate change continue to rise

Ground Report | New Delhi: The effects of climate change continue to be felt throughout the planet in the form of extreme events that bring human and material losses. Last week, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed that in 2021, the United States experienced 20 major weather-related disasters with damage costs exceeding one billion. In … Read more

Water Scarcity To Worsen In 80% Of Croplands Globally

Water Scarcity To Worsen In 80% Of Croplands Globally

Water scarcity for agriculture is expected to increase on more than 80 per cent of the world’s farmland by 2050, according to a new study published in AGU’s journal Earth’s Future. The study examines current and future water requirements for global agriculture and predicts whether available water levels, whether from rainwater or irrigation, will be … Read more

Hasdeo Forest is in Danger, Chipko movement begins to save it

Hasdeo Forest is in Danger, Chipko movement begins to save it

The demand to save the Hasdeo forest has spread all over the country, on Wednesday, there have been demonstrations in many cities of the country demanding to stop the felling of trees in this forest. Hasdeo Forest is in Danger The Hasdeo Arand area in Surguja, the northern district of Chhattisgarh, is one of the … Read more

Windmills, power generation, bird fatality, and ways to mitigate issue

Windmills, power generation, bird fatality, and ways to mitigate issue

The environment being subjected to hazards of increasing neglect due to the climate change effects is a common statement now. Although organizations like UNICEF, WWF, and others are raising their voices to create awareness in form of campaigns, the general public, as well as the corporate world, do not maintain these usually. Animals and birds … Read more

Extreme heat wave in India and Pakistan affects water

Extreme heat wave in India and Pakistan affects water

The extreme heat wave has hit much of India and Pakistan, affecting hundreds of millions of people in one of the most densely populated parts of the world. In some regions of the country, electricity has had major cuts and the water supply has also been affected. After an extremely hot month of March, this … Read more

List of Carbon Neutral Countries, How they achieved this?

List of Carbon Neutral Countries, How they achieved this?

Carbon dioxide is by far the most significant greenhouse gas emitted by human activities such as commercial agriculture, forestry, and the use of fossil fuels. The high release level of Co2 results in the rising of heat trapped in the earth’s atmosphere which is one of the major causes of climate change and deterioration. The … Read more

21.1 hectares of forests being destroyed every minute in the world: Study

21.1 hectares of forests being destroyed every minute in the world: Study

Last year there was a global loss of 3.8 million hectares of forest, according to a University of Maryland report published by Global Forest Watch of the World Resources Institute. The forests spread over an area of ​​more than 21.1 hectares are being destroyed every minute in the world, whose area is as much as … Read more

India may lose 15% GDP in next 28 years due to climate change

India may lose 15% GDP in next 28 years due to climate change

India stands to lose about 15 per cent of its GDP in 28 years due to climate change, according to the latest report released by international ratings firm S&P Global on Tuesday. A new report released on the impact of climate change on the global economy has shown that if this trend continues, India’s GDP … Read more