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Good Food is First Food. It is not junk food. It is the food that connects nature and nutrition with livelihoods. This food is good for our health; it comes from the rich biodiversity of our regions; it provides employment to people. Most importantly, cooking and eating give us pleasure. Communities protect local biodiversity because they see value in it. These plants provide them food and sometimes, even meet their medicinal needs. But they will stop caring for this resource if they fail to earn from it. With this, we will lose the taste of biodiversity from our plates.

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) recently revised the dietary guidelines for Indians to provide healthier diet and lifestyle recommendations, ensuring dietary and nutritional requirements for people of all ages.

Renewables generated a record 30 percent of global electricity in 2023, driven by growth in solar and wind especially from China, according to the Global Electricity Review 2024 released by the global energy think tank Ember.

This study evaluates the life-cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) contributions of different HDV vehicle technologies and fuel pathways in India.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) launched the World Migration Report 2024, which reveals significant shifts in global migration patterns, including a record number of displaced people and a major increase in international remittances.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item titled "Impact of Pharmaceutical toxicity on the environment and its regulatory aspects" appearing in Current Science dated 25.02.2024.

The global agrifood system has been largely overlooked in the fight against climate change. Yet, greenhouse gas emissions from the agrifood system are so big that they alone could cause the world to miss the goal of keeping global average temperatures from rising above 1.5 centigrade compared to preindustrial levels.

Large-scale renewable energy projects in India have been the focus of intense interest from both domestic and international players, as evidenced by tender issuances crossing a record 69 gigawatts (GW) on the back of a strong push by the central government, according to a new joint report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analy

This document is the second in a series of global reports describing progress towards the 2030 targets set in Ending the neglect to attain the Sustainable Development Goals: a road map for neglected tropical diseases 2021–2030.

Education can be the key to ending poverty in a livable planet, but governments must act now to protect it. Climate change is increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events such as cyclones, floods, droughts, heatwaves and wildfires.