Environmental Games

5 Games that Teach Kids Environmental Conservation

One of the basic instincts of humans is the drive to survive. An urge to live necessitates the need to develop consciousness of our surroundings. We want to thrive in a suitable environment beneficial to our health and status. Then again, what we require is almost completely different from what we demand. A house is…

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Invest in Building Your Skills via These Environment and Sustainability Courses

Coronavirus lockdowns all over the globe have made people question life, survival, and the future that will be, after the dust has settled. But, just being in self-imposed quarantines will not help. Something needs to be done. What we are doing right now is adapting to isolation, stocking up supplies, and being still. This leads…

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April 2020: Monthly Electric Vehicle News Roundup

1. Sales of electric vehicles in India in 2019 20 increased by 20 per cent Total sales of EVs in India in 2018-19 were at 1.3 lakh units, SMEV said in a statement. For all FY20 sales, 1,52 lakh units were two-wheelers, 3,400 vehicles, and 600 buses. The subsequent selling was 1,26 two-wheelers, 3,600 cars, and about 400 buses for the 2018-19, he added. This number does…

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April 2020: Monthly Environmental News Roundup

1. To support the climate, one clothing maker’s solution The textile industry, after fruit and vegetable production, is the second-largest source of waste water in the world. It generates about 20 percent of the world’s wastewater and annually floods oceans with half a million tons of microplastics. Microplastics pollute the water and they are consumed by fish and other marine creatures, mistaking…

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Jazz up your quarantine time with indoor games

Ever heard of the phrase ‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’. Well, there is a reason why the phrase has been around for decades. Experts believe that a fine balance between work and recreation is what leads to a happy and healthy life. There are many parents who push their kids…

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How UrmO is redefining urban mobility

As lives get busier, most people are exploring ways to make commuting on roads faster. While cars are as good as a necessity nowadays, people are not too keen on getting stuck in traffic jams. In addition, the greater focus on sustainable transport has given a new direction to urban mobility. As cities get more…

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Karma Automotive’s Redefining Electric Vehicles

As the world wakes up to the need for sustainable development, more and more countries are espousing green mobility options. From car-pooling to using bicycles and driving electric vehicles, the transport industry has shifted towards a more environment-friendly production mechanism over the last few decades.  The trend has also struck a chord with automobile manufacturers…

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History of Pandemics – Lessons Learned from Covid-19

A sudden increase in the incidence of a disease that is typically confined to an area or group of people is called an ‘outbreak’. If this outbreak becomes more severe, and less localized, it may be then termed an ‘epidemic’. If it affects a significant portion of the population, all over the globe, and increases…