A wrecked ship near Mauritius is spilling tonnes of oil in the Indian Ocean. More than 1,000 tonnes of oil has already seeped into the sea polluting the coral reefs, white-sand beaches and pristine lagoons. Still there is 2,500...
The caterpillar fungus can be found in Bhutan, Nepal, the Indian states of Uttarakhand, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh, as well as nearby high-altitude regions of the Central and Eastern Himalayas. But due to its decline, the world’s most expensive fungus is sparking a crisis in the Himalayas.
The most powerful private financial interests in the world, under the cover of COP26, have developed a plan to transform the global financial system by fusing with institutions like the World Bank and using them to further erode national sovereignty in the developing world.
Between 1961 and 1995, regulations helped to increase water quality standards by treating all sewage entering the Thames. This is the story of how the Thames went from being ‘biologically dead’ to one of the world’s cleanest rivers in 60 years.
Dr. Vandana Shiva, the Founder and President of Navdanya, Technology and Natural Resource Policy who was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, also known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’ explains how the World Bank is waging a war against India’s farmers.
Sakurajima volcano in Japan is currently erupting, and this has triggered the evacuation of surrounding people as well as the highest degree of emergency notifications. Here's a list of countries with the most active volcanoes.
On Monday, India alongside the veto-yielding Russia effectively blocked a controversial proposal which would allow UN Security Council to consult on issues regarding climate change.
A recent research proposes a unique explanation for the permafrost-locked water discovered on the lunar surface: what if it was grabbed from Earth's upper atmosphere? Three thousand cubic kilometers of water have gone from the Earth to the moon.
Iceland witnessed a rare cluster of more than 10,000 earthquakes within the week. Located in between Europe and North America, Iceland is often hit by earthquakes because of its location between two continental plates that are moving further day by day from each other. While the shocks are common afterwards, that many flutters in a row are a rare incident.
The U.N., the WEF, and other organizations are advancing the use of weeds and bugs as food. This, combined with a multitude of other signs, indicate that the UN and WEF are behind a global war on the farmers.