Katrina Cobain, an artist from Glasgow, has been collecting plastic bags used all around the world, so she can successfully conduct an exhibition to remind the public of the hazardous effects of the same.
After struggling to deal with the pandemic and the social and economic effects of the lockdown, countries are now slowly opening up and reinventing the wheel. And, as the world virtually celebrated World Environment Day (WED) on 5 June, it is extremely crucial and essential that every government refocuses and reprioritises ecological and environmental threats.
The programme saw the participation of 130 people from 21 families, who were accompanied on recreational and educational trips in the Emirate of Sharjah.
The event witnessed the involvement of more than 450 participants and the collection of more than 1.5 tonnes of waste. The total waste collected from all the seven Emirates was 30 tonnes by more than 8,150 participants who covered an area of 35 kilometres.
India-based spiritual leader Sadhguru is on a 100-day motorbike journey that started in the UK, with stopovers across the world. Dubbed the ‘Journey to Save Soil,’ the quest is aimed at raising awareness of soil conservation...
The turtles were successfully rehabilitated after being discovered and rescued last year with the help of the public, sea-goers, fishermen, EAD rangers, and several other partners.
"The smog is a huge concern for us because there are so many cars now and the population has increased so much," said Afia Khan, who joined the initiative in August.
As we celebrate another world Environment day during the raging Covid-19 pandemic, questions relating to the safety of the iconic Taj Mahal from pollution are being asked by green crusaders in Agra.
The sea turtles were successfully rehabilitated after being rescued last year with the help of the public, seagoers, fishermen, EAD rangers and the strategic partners from government and private sectors, as well as other partners.