Why the election in Bihar is an election for Climate Justice

Bihar is an Indian state that covers an area of 99,204 square kilometers. According to an estimate, the population of Bihar is 124 million. With each passing day, elections are coming near in Bihar. Parties are announcing their candidates and politics is happening on the issues like number of jobs lost during covid-19 pandemic and […]

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Reaping a climate change exigency we didn’t sow

This article explains the struggles Africans have to go through with climate change even though the are the least emitters of green house gas

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Climate change affects children’s fundamental right to survival, development: Study

Children bear the brunt of climate change as it affects their fundamental right to survival, development, protection and participation. The ‘Protect a Generation: Climate security for India’s children’ report by PwC India and Save the Children India is based on a year-long study of 636 households in Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, and West Bengal, covering three […]

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Environmental literacy is the key to combat climate change

The clock is ticking, and we are running out of time to combat climate change. Education is a prominent factor in creating a greener and healthier world. Young individuals should attain awareness about ongoing malpractices and how one can revoke them. This will ensure a better attitude towards the global emergency.  UNESCO identified that education […]

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Climate change isn’t a change anymore; it’s a Crisis!

Climate change isn't a change anymore; it's a Crisis!

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The first climate strike in a small town of millenial times

A description of how a group of people who had never seen or heard of each other before, came together for a cause on Global Day of Action, 25th September 2020 in a tiny town, Palakkad, Kerala.

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#GlobalClimateStrike week to the start of the stubble burning season – The Weekly Wrap

One of the major highlights of this week was the Global Climate Strike (September 25th 2020). Thousands of climate strikes took place in India and across the globe to demand urgent action to tackle the climate crisis. A zoom session was held on the day where different climate strikers digitally joined in and kept forward their […]

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Climate Strikers across India join the #GlobalClimateStrike discussion

A zoom session was held on the day where different climate strikers digitally joined in and kept forward their demands. The session went on for more than two hours with more than 25 speakers.

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Silent but not quite: Protest by young citizens of Gurugram to save their beloved forest

As part of the GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE, a group of young urban and rural citizens of Gurugram participated in a silent protest against the proposed WTE plant

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Cycling enthusiasts strike for the planet

You might wonder what is the need for climate strike, especially by a bunch of cycling enthusiasts. Because cycling is not only beneficial to you, it helps in benefiting others around you. In fact, cyclists make an impact on today’s biggest crisis of global warming. Now you might be thinking, exactly how?. According to studies […]

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Odisha: Home to man-made and natural climate calamities

Due to Odisha’s geophysical placement, climate extremities are a multifaceted issue. Coastal states are home to extreme man-made and natural climate calamities and Odisha’s coastal and indigenous population are the first line of victims when it comes to climate repercussions. In recent years, due to the escalation of global warming rates, Odisha has had a […]

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What is a Shoe Strike for Climate Justice?

For the past one year, children and youths across the world are doing Global Climate Strike to demand decisive actions from the governments and leaders on Climate Crisis. It all started with a 19-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg who skipped her school every Friday and demanded the Swedish government to act on Climate Change by […]

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A letter of hope or despair; depends on how you take it

The other day in between a usual conversation about climate change, I happened to get this comment  ‘you must love this planet so much’ and I didn’t know how to take it, is this funny or scary or wait should I just leave it as mere stupidity because how do I even start to state […]

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#GlobalClimateStrike in Jharkhand

From coal mining to air pollution, Jharkhand has been facing various environmental issues for years. Fridays for Future Jharkhand is a youth-led movement addressing these issues of environment, climate change and climate justice. It is the only indigenous-led movement among 62 state chapters in India. FFF Jharkhand commenced in the month of June 2020 with […]

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Fighting against environmental degradation in Andhra Pradesh

Global climate strikes are intended to create awareness among people about climate change, and to demand action on climate crisis on a global level. These strikes take place in September and are led by students and many people in all the countries around the world. Fridays For Future Andhra Pradesh(FFFAp) has participated in its first […]

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Fast fashion isn’t saving us. Far from it.

All you need to know about the ‘Green Delhi’ App

Unnecessary felling of trees for electric lines work