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Govt. Of India Introduces ‘LIFE’ – ‘Lifestyle For Environment’ To Combat Climate Change

Publish on March 22, 2023     Source: IndiaEducationdiary


New Delhi: Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today informed that the Government has started Lifestyle for Environment (LiFE) movement with a view to sensitize all stakeholders, including th

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‘From plate to planet’: Surprising impact of food waste on climate change

Publish on March 17, 2023     Source: HindustanTimes


The Mother Earth Foundation in the Philippines, as a member of the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, is trying to prevent food waste from going to landfills, where it emits methane as it breaks down and rots.

Marilene Capentes pushes a cart along the streets of Malabon

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‘LIFE’ - ‘Lifestyle for Environment’, key to combating climate change (Green economy, one of the top seven priorities (Saptarishi) of the Union Budget 2023-24)

Publish on March 17, 2023     Source: PIB


Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today informed that the Government has started Lifestyle for Environment (LiFE) movement with a view to sensitize all stakeholders, including the public at

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India can face water woes due to effects of climate change: Avinash Mishra

Publish on March 16, 2023     Source: HindustanTimes


NITI Aayog advisor on Water and Land Resources Avinash Mishra has cautioned that India could face water woes in the future due to effects of climate change and hence the need of the hour is to study traditional methods of water-management for water conservation.

Mishra was on Wedn

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Increasing heat stress to trigger extreme weather across India, crop damage

Publish on March 16, 2023     Source: DeccanHerald


Changes in the climate system become larger in direct relation to increasing global warming, and increasing heat stress will trigger extreme weather across parts of India and crop damage, according to experts and meteorologists.

Pre-Monsoon weather activities have begun quite earl

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