Earth #SaveTheAmazon: Can Hashtag Activism Help Save the Planet?
World leaders and the common man alike have taken to social media to #SaveTheAmazon. As the outrage escalated, Brazil’s Jair Bolsanaro took a diplomatic U-turn and sent in the military to fight the fires. Donations have now started pouring in from around the world to help those on the ground.Add to list
Earth #PrayForTheAmazon: Why the Brazil Forest Fires Need Our Attention Beyond the Hashtag
For the past three weeks, the Amazon rainforest, the planet’s lungs, has been on fire, and only recently has the media taken notice, drawing global attention to the crisis. It sounds like an apocalyptic scene out of a blockbuster — but in real life, there are no superheroes to save the day.Add to list
Humour India Without Water ft. Nikhil Vijay, Fitoor Mishra & Aseem Chandaver | Independence Day Special
"Paani chala jayega toh tissue se dhona padega?" It might well be a reality in the age of a severe water crisis. In A Parallel Universe reimagines this: It's 2030 and all the water has vanished off the face of the earth. How would Indians react to it?Add to list
Earth Are the Devastating Floods in Karnataka, Kerala, and Maharashtra the New Normal for a Changing Climate?
The catastrophic floods in the three states have revived memories of last August, where almost 500 lives were lost in the Kerala floods. At this point, the question must be asked – in a world impacted by climate change, will disastrous weather events become increasingly commonplace?Add to list
Earth Did the Chennai Water Crisis Make You Uneasy? You Might Be Afflicted with Eco-Anxiety
The Chennai water crisis has been a wake-up call for many Indians. Those of us who lived somewhere comfortably between “sab chalta hai” and “jugaad” are now a seriously conflicted lot, worried about the future of the planet. If this spurs us into action, eco-anxiety might not be such a bad thing.Add to list