Tag Archives: climate change

Can Faith based activity be fatal for trees and invite citizens to face severe effects of climatic changes?

Rajkot has barely 4 % green cover of its geographical area as per tree census of 2011, about 10 trees per 100 persons i.e. 0.1 tree / person which is way below national average of 28 trees per person (Canada has as … Continue reading

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Natural Farming in the wake of climate change – a case of Bhaskar Save’s farm

India is the third largest Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emitter in the world due to its high population. The per-capita GHG emission is only 1.12 tons / person / year as compared to that of US 19.78 tons / person / … Continue reading

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Women empowerment, Livelihoods, food and nutrition security in the wake of climatic changes – a case study

*This article is a brief from the case study done for one of the NGO.*Indian census of 2011 indicates 70% of Indians still living in rural areas. Despite all sorts of economic development in the past 2-3 decades, there are … Continue reading

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A wonderful experience – a citizen led – citizen participation movement @ Rajkot city: Cyclofun 29th Jan 2017: On way to Low carbon mobility !

In the first ever cycling event held by Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC), Rotary Mid town Rajkot Cycling Club (RCC) and others, January 29 2017 would be etched in memory for Rajkot citizens who observed and participated in good numbers.  This … Continue reading

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Why do birds matter?

On October 11, 2015 there was a wall painting event of birds at Randarda lake, Rajkot by various artists organised by Smart city Trust. Various locally spotted birds were painted on walls. In an attempt to spread the awareness of … Continue reading

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