A threat to life: Humans or Rhinos?

October 12, 2020 thearthview 0
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The COVID-19 pandemic though is a threat to human life, but it proved a great boon to rhinos, reveals the State of the Rhino Report by “The International Rhino Foundation”.

CONSERVE HABITATS FOR MIGRATORY BIRDS WHO CONNECT THE WORLD

October 10, 2020 thearthview 0
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This year on October 10 2020, is being celebrated as World Migratory Bird with the theme “ Birds connect our World”. The intent behind this theme was to intensify the importance of conserving and restoring the ecological connectivity and integrity of ecosystems that support the natural cycles essential for the survival and well being of migratory birds.

GO WHITE TO GO GREEN AND REDUCE THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT

October 8, 2020 thearthview 0
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A study conducted in Berkeley Lab showed that if the use of reflective roofing globally, could produce a global cooling effect equivalent to offsetting 24 Gigatons of carbon dioxide- the equivalent of taking 300 million cars off the road for 20 years.

Go-Green with Eco-Friendly Travel with Shride in Pune.

October 3, 2020 thearthview 0
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Neelabja Saha (22) is a young entrepreneur from Kolkata who has started up a company, namely “Shride.” He is pursuing engineering from Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune. Neelabja, the founder of Shride India Private limited, is working with a group of members.

MUMBAI COUPLE WHO OPTED FOR ECO-FRIENDLY WEDDING, NOW HELPING OTHERS WITH SUSTAINABLE WEDDINGS

October 2, 2020 thearthview 0
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Conscious about the damage a big fat wedding causes to the environment, this Mumbai couple Nupur Agarwal and Ashwin Malwade opted for an ecofriendly wedding for themselves in December, last year. However, now to reduce the carbon footprint emissions because of weddings, this duo has initiated a consultation service to organize eco-friendly weddings called ‘Greenmyna’.

The Bartan Company – ‘Our waste is our problem! Let’s Own it!’

October 1, 2020 thearthview 1
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The Bartan Company was launched in February 2019, in the Nallagandla area of Hyderabad by 4 friends. Waste Reduction is their primary aim. They provide utensils for events, which are not toxic to the environment and enable ‘celebrations that leave behind fond memories, not waste’. They have generated 2,500 kg of compost from wet waste and 50,315 disposables have been diverted from the landfills, across 58 events.

Bare Necessities aims to Provide Sustainable Solution with Natural and Eco-friendly Products

September 29, 2020 thearthview 0
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Sahar Mansoor from Bengaluru founded Bare Necessities in 2016 to give alternative sustainable solutions to the masses. With this platform, she aims to provide sustainable solutions for scrap management and help people adopt zero waste lifestyle. Her platform, Bare Necessities also provides natural and eco-friendly products and even the materials used in packaging are recyclable