The Guardians of Biological Diversity
Image Courtesy: Pixabay At the 2023 session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), the UN Secretary-General António...
OUR CLIMATE IS CHANGING, SO SHOULD WE | TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Human caused climate change is one of the biggest, most pervasive threats in the world and South Asia is amongst the most vulnerable region to impacts of climate change. Now, the onus is on us to act and mitigate the impacts of climate change for a better future for the upcoming generations. We believe that the simplest path to act on climate change is by collective committed actions however small.
We have strategically aligned all our initiatives in order to create awareness, mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change and create leaders of the future who will be taking the baton fighting the cause. Our programmes and initiatives like Green Campus Program, Tree Plantation, Water Conservation, Teachers’ Training Program, all have been developed keeping the same in view.
“Solving the climate crisis is within our grasp,
but we need people like you to stand up and act”
- AL GORE
The Climate Project Foundation (TCPF), New Delhi, KR Mangalam University, Sohna, Haryana, and the Environmental and Consumer Protection Foundation (ECPFO) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on spreading awareness about environmental issues and implementing sustainability programs in the university campus.
On 17th April 2023, the trio came forward with an initiative to curb the climate crisis. The objectives of this partnership include raising awareness among the students, faculty, and surrounding community on issues such as climate change, conservation of natural resources, use of renewable energy resources, solid waste management, water conservation and rainwater harvesting, tree plantation, e-mobility, and similar other issues.
The partners will work together to implement the "Green Campus Program," a transformative process that aims to build a sustainable campus by implementing renewable energy solutions through solar panels, rainwater harvesting, waste segregation and composting on campus, development of green spaces, and improving air quality. Read More
The Climate Project Foundation in collaboration with the Mobius Foundation has come up with a new edition of our highly successful youth campaign, ‘Youth for Earth 2023’. We at Climate Reality India believe that Youth can be the most important and active medium to drive a revolution for climate action and bring about positive change.
The Youth For Earth Campaign aims to motivate the young ones to identify environmental problems in their community or campuses, come up with innovative solutions and provide a platform to showcase the impact of their climate actions.
So, if you are a student of a school/college, comes under the age group 14 years to 30 years and have a keen desire to do something to make your surrounding environment better through your climate actions, do register with us.
Winners will be announced and awarded at the coveted International Conference for Sustainability Education event 2023.
Time to ACT is NOW!
A devastating climate crisis, war, and global energy crises have made the UN's COP 27 climate conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt a moment of choice for world leaders this November.
The answer cannot be more of the fossil fuels that got us here.
Not with countries seeing climate change induced floods, rains, and unprecedented heat waves. Not with Europe on fire and Asia and the Americas slammed by deadly storms. Not with rising temperatures fuelling rising injustice across the Earth. It’s no more an emergency, it is a climate catastrophe, if we do not wake up still.
It's time for a new way forward. For world leaders at COP 27 to choose hope over fear and fossil fuels. To accelerate the just transition to clean energy that can stop rising temperatures and build a better world for us all. Now, while we still have time.
8800 KILOMETRES ON BIODIESEL
By CRL Avinash Narayanswamy
Worldwide, biodiesel has slowly but surely gained importance as a green alternative to petroleum diesel & is thus being accepted as an environmentally friendly fuel. However, in spite of closely being related to petroleum diesel in terms of physical & chemical properties, biodiesel continues to be sidelined in many parts of the world & especially in India mainly due to various reasons such as pricing, availability & warranty on the engine & other parts of the car not being covered when switched to biodiesel from petroleum diesel.