The Montreal Protocol, hailed as a

As of 1997, the world consumes five million tonnes of grain daily. To feed the world's human population of almost 5.8 billion - growing by 80 million people a year - production of foodgrains,

A pioneer in the field of environmental history, Donald Worster of the University of Kansas in the US highlights the importance of the subject in understanding present day ecological crises in a conversation with

A story of perseverance in research

Gamma ray bursts occur daily and are million times brighter than the galaxy

A soup of chemicals found in modern offices may be harmful to the occupants health

Malaria, prevalent in over 100 countries, poses a risk to some 2,700 million people across the world. Poor health infrastructure and drastic ecological changes have favoured transmission of the malaria parasite, which has developed an immunity even to les

Large scale logging in the tropics has led to the disappearance of bird species

Cement kilns are the third largest contributors of carbon dioxide