Energy Indicators for Sustainable Development.

  How exactly is our energy profile accessed? Recently I stumbled on a list of indices that are used to analyze energy profiles of countries. So basically, saying 100 million people do not have access to electricity in Africa is not a vague expression, neither does it mean they these people have never seen a … Continue reading Energy Indicators for Sustainable Development.

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Here is how you can do something about Deforestation.

Have you ever felt like you hear so much about deforestation, climate change and its dangers and you are unsure of what you can do to help? Oh no, you do not have to be a scientist or have ample spare time in your hands to go about planting in the deforested areas of the world. … Continue reading Here is how you can do something about Deforestation.

Carbon sequestration: It’s easier than the word sounds!

'Sequestration' is that even a real word? I remember making conscious effort to ignore the whole idea of 'Carbon Sequestration' because I assumed it was such a big scientific phenomenon and I did not have the expertise to understand the whole idea. Plus who dislikes big words as much as I do? In my opinion, … Continue reading Carbon sequestration: It’s easier than the word sounds!

Energiewende: The German energy transition explained.

Talking German, the cars and the machines that come out of Germany are not the only remarkable things I have a high regard for, recently I have become acquainted with other exceptional things that Germany produces. One of them is furniture and the other is the approach to energy transition. Yes, that is a thing … Continue reading Energiewende: The German energy transition explained.

Keeping up with #ThePlantPerTable campaign

Few weeks back, I shared an update on the the plant per table campaign, but a brief recap will be helpful for those who are new in this space. In a bid to create more awareness on the threat climate change posses on our environment,  we decided to launch a campaign to get a potted … Continue reading Keeping up with #ThePlantPerTable campaign