Mountains cover 24% of Earth's land surface area, home to 15% of the world's population and have half of the world's biodiversity hotspots. Thus, sustainable management of its biodiversity threatened by human activities and climate change should be our priority mountains matter.
Saroja S shares insights on why food safety and access to healthier diets is a key issue for consumer advocates in India, and calls for globally harmonised standards to protect consumers.
Damaged electric poles can pose a hazard. Find out how Mr. Elangovan sought help from Electricity Consumer Cell - Tiruvallur to fix a damaged electric pole in his locality.
According to FAO, sustainable soil management methods, such as composting, are crucial for managing soil health and biodiversity. This leads to better crop nutrition, natural water filtration and reduction of CO2 emissions and other GHGs, thus helping mitigate climate change.