Kanchan Singh, a lawyer, travels only in her recently bought Electric Vehicle (EV) SUV as there is no engine noise, which makes it a pleasure to drive across Delhi even during peak traffic hours. There are many like her who are shifting
The Ganga has been revered through the ages. Apart from mythological references, the constant flow and presence of certain organisms in its waters have bestowed a special status on it. The holy river has nurtured civilisation along its banks from time immemorial.
As world leaders started gathering at the Egyptian holiday resort destination Sharm-el-Sheikh, there was a big positive for the poor nations on the opening day of the climate change conference COP27 yesterday as negotiators agreed to discuss the creation of an international
Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), a Maharatna Company in Oil and Gas Sector, have entered into a collaboration to establish charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the country. As a
One hundred and ninety-three member states who have adopted Agenda 2030 of the United Nations, including India, need to get their act together fast if they intend to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and 169 targets defined under them, by
The Glasgow Climate Pact—a commitment to reach a global net-zero emissions target by 2050—was adopted at the conclusion of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November 2021 at Glasgow, Scotland with the focus on keeping a 1.5o C global warming target
The world is threatened by global warming and India, as expected, is attempting to play a leading role. In the short foreseeable term, it aims to meet half of its energy requirements from renewable sources and reduce carbon emissions by one billion
Sohanjeet Randhawa, Director of Group Communications and Sustainability Affairs, Volvo Group India, in conversation with Jyoti Verma of Tatsat Chronicle, shares the Swedish multinational’s vision relating to net-zero carbon and the changing face of mobility. The discussion covers ways to curb vehicular