Inadequate investments and slow growth of renewable energy will make Energy Transition painful.

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com If you have been reading about the success of solar energy and how renewable energy is going to replace coal, then the recent news of the coal shortage and the impending global energy crisis might baffle you. For the last 2-3 weeks the newspapers have been highlighting how we are … Continue reading Inadequate investments and slow growth of renewable energy will make Energy Transition painful.

The 1.5 degree scenario is almost beyond our reach.

Photo by Alto Crew on Unsplash The IPCC Assessment Report 6- The physical sciences bases is full of bad news for humanity and a lot of science highlighting and supporting why we need to take this bad news seriously. It gives us more and more evidences (as if we did not already have enough!) that the global warming is … Continue reading The 1.5 degree scenario is almost beyond our reach.

Going beyond the words and promises

Plastic Bottles are one of the top three contribution to plastic pollution globally. Photo by Brian Yurasits on Unsplash You always have choices and will be known for what you chose. A company in Australia https://thankyou.co/categories realized that it had a silly product in its portfolio. Packaged Drinking Water- a major source of plastic pollution. It stopped producing it. … Continue reading Going beyond the words and promises

Addressing Household Air Pollution and Celebrating Cooking : Dharma Chef

Household Air Pollution (HAP) is emerging as a major health risk and is responsible for more  than 4.3 million premature deaths globally every year. The biggest and most common contributor to HAP is the use of biomass fuels for cooking in our traditional cookstoves. Availability of free biomass, free traditional cookstoves, and our age-old and … Continue reading Addressing Household Air Pollution and Celebrating Cooking : Dharma Chef