Environment

Belgian NGO Is Recycling Hair To Protect Environment

An NGO based in Belgium is ahead of the game giving a sustainable solution to a problem. The Hair Recycle Project recycles hair making it reusable instead of throwing it away into dustbins. The project is led by Belgian non-profit “Dung Dung”.

COP15: Nations Agreed To Preserve 30% Earth For Nature

In a historic deal at COP15 UN biodiversity summit, world leaders agreed to protect 30% of Earth for nature by 2030. Leaders of countries from all over the world came to Canada to put forward a fresh set of objectives that will direct global action to reverse natural loss and to protect the existing biodiversity.

Climate Change Will Accelerate Conflicts In 2023

A report shows that climate change may further increase the humanitarian crisis around the world in 2023. Issues like armed conflict and economic downturns will spiral further, if not timely controlled by international actors. The report has not only focused on the natural aspect of climate change but also includes social and political aspects.

UN Warns Complete Destruction If Nature Continue To Decline

The chief of the United Nations’ biodiversity has said that if nature continues to thrive in the backwards direction, life will cease to exist on our planet. In the last five decades, our earth has experienced an enormous amount of degradation at the hands of humans, which is now threatening our own existence on the planet.

UN Chief Warns 54 Countries About Facing Bankruptcy

More than 50 countries are going to default according to UN official while talking to an audience during the COP27 summit. The situation of the poorest economies has been worse amid growing energy and food crises and inflation. Achim Steiner, the UN global development chief, argued that the UN has listed 54 countries that are on the brink of bankruptcy.

India: Delhi Schools Closed As Air Pollution Threatens Health

The nightmare for the residents of the world’s most polluted capital has appeared once again. Delhi is home to 20 million residents at the moment. The entire population is literally inhaling hazardous air into their lungs. The authorities have also notified the primary schools to shut from Saturday.

Plastic Recycling Is A Failed Concept, Report Reveals

A new report on plastic recycling in the US has raised concerns regarding consequences for the country. With Climate change causing dangerous changes to the atmosphere, the new report reveals that plastic recycling is declining.

Study Shows Melting Glaciers May Cause Pandemics In Future

An interesting development has revealed that the recent and the future like Covid-like pandemics may have a secret hidden in climate change. Viruses in the frozen areas of the Arctic may spill over and get in contact with the population causing worldwide dangerous pandemics.

Megadrought In Southwest Now The Worst In 1,200 Years

Southern and Western parts of the country have been experiencing the driest years and the hottest ones as the temperature rises more frequently. The climatologists and scientists have blamed human-induced climate change. The rivers are drying up and they are at their record level low at the moment. The temperature has already risen by 1.5C, adding to already existing heatwaves making cities like Arizona, Las Vegas, Nevada, Phoenix almost uninhabitable during summers.

44 Countries & 7 Billion To Face Intense Water Shortage By 2040

The consequences of Climate Change are slowly trying to materialize in already fragile world with social inequalities, poverty and wars. With extreme heat waves, rising sea level and unsustainable use of fossil fuels, Planet earth is believed to have been facing the worst climate crisis that can lead to extinction or even nuclear wars in the near future. Earlier this year, Pakistan, India, Europe, China, Africa and the United States faced extreme heat waves across major parts of the countries leading to wildfires and billions of losses in economic activity.

5.9 Trillions Tonnes Of Ice Lost Due To Climate Change In 25 Years

Most scientists had once assumed that the massive Ice sheets of Antarctica were largely invulnerable to climate change, but not any more. During the past 25 years, the East Antarctic Ice Sheet has contributed significantly to rising sea levels, mainly caused by climate change. It is estimated if, due to some reason, the Eastern two-thirds of the ice sheet melted, the sea would rise by 52 meters.