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Global Warming Crisis! Kunal Das Is On A Mission To Educate About Climate Change – The Logical Indian

Twenty-year-old Kunal Das from Kolkata has a mission in life: To educate the community, especially children and adolescents, on the impact of climate crisis. In addition to raising awareness on global warming, he has undertaken plantation drives in his neighbourhood….

How To Create a Water-Happy India in the Wake of Global Warming – The Wire Science

A woman pushes a cart with water container before world water day on March 22. Photo: PTI One of the foremost consequences of climate change is an increase in the world’s temperature due to global warming. The primary reason for…

UBCO researcher recommends systematic approach to forest and water supply management

(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) As World Water Day is observed around the globe, new research from UBC Okanagan suggests a systematic approach to forest and water supply research may yield an improved assessment and understanding of connections between the two.Healthy forests play a vital role in providing a clean, stable water supply, says eco-hydrologist Dr. Adam Wei.

Pope: Water Shortage An ‘Inevitable Consequences of Climate Change’

Pope Francis tied a lack of water in different parts of the world to global warming Sunday, calling it one of the “inevitable consequences of climate change.” In his message for World Water Day 2019, the pope called for education…

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On World Water Day – forests are the answer


Whoever you are, wherever you are, water is your human right. That’s the theme of World Water Day 2019. It’s a day made official by the United Nations General Assembly that takes place every year on March 22.

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3 eye-opening water maps for business

These powerful tools measure water footprints, help estimate business risks and can aid with disclosure efforts and life-cycle analysis. But they’re friendly enough for curious amateurs, too.

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