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The Loss of Biodiversity: A Crisis Often Left Unvoiced

Jenga—a classic game reminiscent of your childhood. You stack rectangular, wooden blocks in a tower, and then carefully slide pieces out, trying to make your move without weakening the foundation too much and toppling the tower. The concept of biodiversity is similar in the fact that the loss of too many species leads to the collapse of the entire ecosystem.

"Zero Waste" Drive in Gail Vihar, Noida

Gail Vihar Township in Sector 23 Noida in its recently initiated drive of “Waste Segregation & Zero Waste Generation” has started segregating waste at home and also has started disposing segregated wastes separately so that wastes can be reused, recycled and thus can be reduced to zero with gradual efforts.

World Environment Day 2018

5TH June, generally referred to as “World Environment Day” is celebrated to encourage the spirit of awareness and action for our environment. Hara Jeevan has taken various measures in well known organisations to enhance the efforts for the conservation of the Earth and its elements.

Has the environmental law been able to correct the historical injustice in forests in India?

Forests had always played a major role in the environmental history of India. Before the arrival of the Britishers, forest land was a common property resource.

Waste Segregation

With tons of waste produced by us on daily basis it becomes important to initiate effective management of the waste. And to accomplish this, cooperation and contribution of everyone is needed.

THE NEGATIVE EVOLUTION

“The just truth of mortality of life should not be the 'excuse' for a selfish or greedy attitude. Instead it should be the 'reason' for a bestowing one! “

COMPOST: Life after death

As cited by many, “Compost is a proof that there is life after death”, we can clearly apprehend its importance. Compost acts as a natural fertilizer and is quite manageable.

Let’s dig out the problem of waste.

Waste has become a major problem in today’s world. The reasons being the increasing population and uncontrollable resource utilisation. What the world see's today is just a glimpse of an unimaginable threat to mother earth.

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