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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…

Contact Lens

How your Contact Lens harm the environment

Have you ever tried to flush your contact lens down the sink or toilet? Do you think that it is good for you? Contrary to what you believe, it might harm the environment aggressively. A recent study conducted by the American Chemical society stated that more than 20 percent of contact lens users preferred to…

Water Pollution

Traces of 29 pharmaceutical drugs in rivers in UK

Antidepressants, antibiotics, and medicines were involved in the compounds found, which are used to treat epilepsy and diabetes. In a study conducted by the York University team, it was found that the traces of these compounds were very low in the rivers Ouse and Foss. However, there were some talks on the long-term implications of…

Environment

How We Failed to Implement Environmental Laws in India

The concern for environmental protection has received a status of fundamental law of the land in India. The Indian constitution provides the basic human right of every individual to live in pollution free environment.  We have constitutional provisions and other statutory provisions for environment protection which follows the approach of sustainable development. Though we do…

5 Ways to Safely Dispose Of Your Electronic Waste

New technology always brings new products and gadgets from time to time. So what do you end up doing with your old gadgets? Where Does Your Electronic Waste Go? All electronic waste is made up of deadly chemicals such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, mercury and brominated flame retardants. Disposing of gadgets and devices improperly increases…

Ganesha

Towards an eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi

August is the month when chants of ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’ are heard in every nook and cranny of our Indian subcontinent. Every reverent Indian knows and understands the significance of this slogan. Welcoming, taking good care and then bidding adieu to Lord Ganesha is the course of action taken throughout this festival. This God is…