This new report published in the journal “ Lancet” says that the future of children around the world including India, is being threatened by ecological degradation and climate change and exploitative marketing practices that push heavily processed fast food, sugary drinks, alcohol and tobacco at children.

It was in 1991 when the then chief economist of the World Bank, Larry Summers, had advocated that toxic waste, polluting factories should be moved to least developed countries

There is the desperate need for change in policies for forestry. In the past five years, government policies on this matter have been as good as nothing

What we need to understand is what Fani means in an increasingly climate-risked world

In this election, we have seen that the real issues that matter to people - climate change

It is clear that our lifestyle has an impact on the environment. What we do and how we do it make a crucial difference

What can we do as temperatures increase and weather changes to bring devastation in different parts of the world?

Greta Thunberg is a 16-year-old Swedish school girl who is rocking the world with her protest against inaction on climate change

We need a model of agricultural growth that will value local good food production and not have to first "chemicalise" and then learn better

We have to change this cycle of destruction, where we shift our consumption to poorer regions where pollution does not matter. Livelihoods do

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