What can be a way to tackle the ever growing pollution in Delhi, to mitigate adverse effects of climate change? In this current essay Yavish explores the answers through the idea of urban greening and tries to locate probable policy solutions for promoting and adopting urban greening as a policy solution to better the quality of life of urban residents.
Abhiudaya in this article stresses on the need for developing robust Earth Observation satellites to aid existing efforts in tackling climate change. For this, collaboration at an international level is of paramount importance.
In this article, Astitav dissects how our aversion towards nuclear energy is misguided. Hurling facts at the reader, he succinctly argues that nuclear energy, is in fact, safer, more efficient, and cleaner than other sources of energy.
While everyone knows we must make a shift to cleaner, renewable sources of energy, the considerations therein are not prodded enough. Varun in this article details how deliberative this transition must be, as there are numerous concerns underlying this process of transition.
By now, we are aware of the various problems associated with distribution and transmission of energy — AT&C losses, uncalibrated energy production, problems over forecasting peak demand and so on. In this opinion piece Abishek Nippani discusses the role of ‘distributed renewable energy systems’ by localising energy generation at or near points of consumption.