Delhi: A Green View
An ancient city, Delhi is one of the largest metropolises in the world. It’s home to over 15 million people, a refuge for people from Tibet and Myanmar, an economic opportunity for those from Nepal and Bangladesh and the biggest magnet for migrants from across the whole country. India’s capital city […]
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New Sausage E-Shop Uses Pig Photos To Reduce Meat Consumption
Welcome to Meine Kleine Farm (My little farm), where you actually get to meet the meat you’re going to eat. Seriously, say hello to the cute piggy face on your sausage label — because one could not exist without the other. That’s the point of the new German online initiative, […]
Would you pave paradise to put up a parking lot?
Let everyone first understand what the problem is – and then we can come up with the appropriate solutions.
Saving the planet, one (manageable) step at a time
I’m sitting in a circle of about a dozen people, all eyes on me, and it’s confession time.. I don’t drink, I’m not trying to lose weight, but I am trying to reduce my dependency on the car. Welcome to Sustainable Communities South Australia! Last night I attended my first […]
Pakistan’s Kyoto Clean Development Mechanisms and Earth Day
Tagline: Market based mechanisms at work in Pakistan despite its subscribing to the Kyoto Protocol I see the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as a result of the same market-based mechanism which is being followed in Pakistan. Non-control of industries and their functions leads to environmental hazards like the disaster in the […]