MARRAKECH: As issue of inadequate financial support from rich nations continued to dominate discourse of heads of state\government and ministers during high-level segment of the UN climate change c

A passionate appeal to emulate Mahatma Gandhi’s life and thoughts in the global fight against climate change marked the beginning of the ministerial segment of the Kigali meeting of the Montreal Pr

Prime Minister Modi’s decision to ratify the Paris climate deal on October 2 was a “well considered and pre-planned decision,” Union Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Anil Dave

Modern medicine has created a dichotomy: modern medicine on the one hand, and alternative systems on the other. This paper views this dichotomy and liminality in the context of Gandhi's vision of health. It delineates the elements and structural coordinates of this alternative healthcare system, and tries to understand how, over time, a synthesis has occurred between the epistemologies of Nature Cure and Modern Medicine. It also looks at how Gandhi's vision of health has undergone a change at two levels, that of "space" and structural relations.

Padmabhooshan Shri. Anil Agarwal, the founder of Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi and Editor of Down to Earth, who died on January 2, 2002, was a visionary leader who fought till his death for protecting India's environment. Science India offers tribute to Anilji, a tireless crusader for the environment.

The Swachchh Bharat Abhiyan is gathering momentum in the schools and elsewhere in the district.

The Chhattisgarh Government is going to organise a series of programmes for creating awareness among the people regarding the importance of cleanliness.

Pledging to construct 1.21 crore toilets over the next five years covering all households in Bihar, the State Government on Wednesday vowed to end the practice of defecation in open places by 2019

The President of India Pranab Mukherjee presented the Gandhi Peace Prize for the year 2013 to noted environmentalist leader of Chipko movement and Gandhian from Uttarakhand, Chandi Prasad Bhatt, at

Planting saplings grafted from twins detached from a Malgoa mango tree planted by Gandhiji at Payyannur nearly eight decades ago is a novel way of celebrating Gandhi Jayanthi.

The Kannur-based Kerala Initiative to Save Agriculture and Nature (KISAN) has 100 grafts in its possession now to be distributed among various institutions for planting on October 2.