Not sure what to do at those unmarked junctions? Who goes first? Who waits? Right of way rules are crucial to road safety. But for them to work, we all need to keep the same rule, and keep it consistently. Join us as we take you through some of these rules #DriveSafe
There are an estimated 20 million waste pickers worldwide, who make our lives bearable just by doing those jobs no one wants. Why not try and get to know your local waste picker? You will see for yourself, how enterprising and resilient they are. More importantly, you will see how important the job they do is - without them our homes, streets and neighbourhoods will be reduced to stink and decay. #InternationalWastepickersDay
Described as the most destructive migratory pests, locusts travel in swarms covering 50 to over 100 km daily. Each swarm, having tens of millions of locusts, can consume the daily food supply of thousands of people, posing a threat to the global food chain.
What happens when there are no traffic lights or signs at a crossroads? Before you get behind the wheel, here are some rules of the road to be aware of. Follow us to learn more about the rules of the road. Giving way is not about courtesy, but about safety.
Most neighbourhoods in Indian cities tend to have all basic essentials within 15 minute walking/cycling or public transport distance of residences. Is your neighbourhood also like this?
Migratory species play a crucial role in maintaining the world's ecosystems by pollinating plants, dispersing seeds & controlling pests. Their extinction could lead to imbalances in the ecosystem triggering #FoodInsecurity & #BiodiversityLoss.
#ClimateCrisis hits #Indian indigenous communities hard, exacerbated by modern lifestyles. They face prejudice, violence & loss of traditional ways. Real social justice involves safeguarding their rights & including them in plans and policies. #NotLeftBehind
#ClimateChange induced factors like rising temperatures, higher pollen levels, increased air pollution from sources such as wildfires, and changes in flooding patterns may worsen symptoms of atopic dermatitis.