Environment / Ecology

From Punjab Agri University and JNU, a solution to stubble burning -Shivnarayan Rajpurohit

-The Indian Express Biochar is granular material obtained by heating crop residue at 400°C to 600°C in a kiln-shaped structure in the absence of oxygen. It is used as fertiliser to improve soil health and water-holding capacity of agriculture land. New Delhi: At a time when...

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Wealth from the stubble -Bhupesh Bhagel

-The Indian Express Chhattisgarh model for disposal of agri-waste offers a solution to pollution crisis. At times, situations press us into a corner where we need to face the challenges head on and reach a long-term solution. Pollution caused by burning of parali (crop residue) is...

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When Mizoram shows way to reuse Durga idol -Rahul Karmakar

-The Hindu Fibreglass avatar used to cut pollution GUWAHATI: Goddess Durga has a fibreglass ‘avatar’ in Mizoram and it has much to do with slaying the demon of ecological degradation. There are very few temples in Mizoram, where 87% of the population is Christian. Of the 13 that...

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CMFRI teams up with ISRO to collect wetland data

-The Hindu Business Line Kochi (Kerala): In a significant attempt to protect coastal wetlands in the wake of the climate crisis, a mobile app has been developed to collect the complete datasets on smaller wetlands across the coastal region of the country. The app was developed by...

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Delhi: Cremation to go green with dung blocks -Paras Singh

-The Times of India NEW DELHI: After cities like Bhopal and Nagpur, it’s Delhi’s turn to go green by at least partially replacing firewood used in cremation with gobar kashth — wood-like dry blocks made from cattle dung. Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), which inspected the...

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