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China and India can help satisfy energy demands in green way : Erik Solheim

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Erik Solheim, the executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme speaks to thethirdpole.net about energy access in China and …

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Is India sharing the Ganga’s water fairly?

Officially, India and Bangladesh share 54 rivers, but that number is currently under review. Between 10 to 16 additional rivers …

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NGT acts tough on plastic bags, slams AAP for lackadaisical approach

Picture Courtesy : Zee News

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday imposed an interim ban on sale and use of non-biodegradable plastic bags which …

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The Hottest Year on Record was 2016 : Report

For representational purpose only : Picture Credit (Popular Resistance)

A US government report has confirmed that 2016 topped 2015 as the hottest year globally in 137 years of record …

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Tourism Industry in Sikkim: Boon or Bane?

By Rituparna Borah Just three days in a place like Sikkim and that too in the rainy season didn’t quench …

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Waterfalls as Potential Alternative Sources for Hydro-electricity in Northeast India

By Rituparna Borah It was during my college trip to Mawlynnong, a village at the Indo-Bangladesh border when I was exposed to …

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Farmers’ Perception of Climate Change

Image: Outline India By Amarnath Tripathi Climate change has increasingly become an interesting area for researchers in India but most …

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Wastewater for India’s Coal Plants an Impractical Dream

Thermal power plants take water away from other uses such as in agriculture and homes/ Source: The Third Pole  The Indian …

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Transboundary Data Sharing Helps Bangladesh to Prepare for Floods

Houses have been flooded in Moulvibazar, Bangladesh, and people are relocating (Image by Serajul Islam) Bangladesh is better prepared to …

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Pichavaram: The Aquamarine Charm of Tamil Nadu

By Rituparna Borah The sight of a family of seals staring back at me, through the patchy openings of a …

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