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How Robotics is Revolutionizing Sustainability

Industries and companies have been trying to find ways to utilize robots to improve their processes, allowing businesses to be more efficient and profitable. Along with these benefits, it is becoming more and more evident that robotics helps improve sustainability efforts. Robots in today’s world are helping to fight climate change, improve recycling and make…

Reclaiming Shorelines After Climate Change-Related Damage

An increasing number of coastal communities are at risk from climate change-related damage. With rising sea levels, extreme weather events and similar phenomena, the country’s shorelines are beginning to change in dramatic ways. The issue extends far beyond the United States; however, and its escalation has significant implications for people around the world. Rotterdam in…

Small lake, Vondelpark, Amsterdam

How Businesses Can Use Water Sustainably

According to a recent report by the 2030 Water Resources Group, global water requirements will increase to 6,900 billion cubic meters with no efficiency gains and average economic growth. That’s 40 percent more than the current accessible and reliable supply. Under this scenario though, in some areas of the world, water scarcity would be worse…

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Community Participation in Watershed

The below study reflects various features of Ghaghari village Khunti District, Jharkhand. The study tries to figure out the issues and challenges in watershed community participation in the village. It effects migration, education and environment as well. Rural area is a source of richness also in the sector of tourism and we can also promote…

Sustainable Agriculture

What Does Sustainability in Agriculture Really Mean?

Today’s consumers are often unaware of the impact of industrial agriculture. As they shop their local grocery store for fresh tomatoes, lettuce, and other produce, they don’t see beyond the low prices to the practices which make them possible. While carrots and potatoes are relatively cheap, their cost is enormous. To understand sustainability in agriculture,…

Ganges: sewers could be making water quality of India’s great river worse

David Milledge, Newcastle University and Josh Bunce, Newcastle University The Ganges is a lifeline for millions of people who live within its catchment as a source of water, transport and food. During the Hindu pilgrimage known as Kumbh Mela the Ganges plays host to the largest human gathering on Earth as 120m people arrive to…

The Environmental Benefits of Recycling Smartphones

Recycling is one of the most important things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint. It makes perfect sense to squeeze as much as you can out of the materials you use in everyday life. It’s efficient and saves money. This brings up the question of cell phones. Carriers, video game companies and other…