Electric Vehicles – Let’s drive for a cleaner planet

Can Electric Vehicles (EVs) pave the way to a safer planet? 8th Grader Aarush Mohan is all for Electric Vehicles. He feels this would be an answer to the rising air pollution and rising fuel prices, to name a few. As he explores the various facets of Evs’ entry into the Indian market, he is hopeful that very soon, our country will be on the road to a greener and cleaner planet.

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Breathless, are we?

Every year we talk about the ill-effects of air pollution. It’s widely written about in the newspapers, social media and talked about with grim pictures on television news channels. Sheema Shireen shares examples of how Goa and Kerala are setting an example towards cleaning up the air and how entrepreneurs such as Angad Daryani, the Founder of Praan, are doing their bit to help ‘clean up the act’ of the years of air pollution caused by us. Read on and hopefully, it will inspire us to help support the cause of reducing air pollution plaguing us.

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Organic Farming for a more sustainable India

Do you think organic farming is a way to a more sustainable future? 10th Grader, Nithya AS, who is into organic farming herself, analyses farming in India and explores its various nuances on a more extensive spectrum. As she has reaped the benefits of organic farming, she feels that this could be a healthier option for people and the planet as well.

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SOS: Fish in Troubled Waters 

6th Grade Students of The Green Acres Academy, Chembur, Mumbai, present to you ‘SOS: Fish in Troubled Waters’ a heartfelt detailed report on marine poaching as a part of their school project, led by Aimee Mohan. Their project sheds light on the adverse effects of marine poaching and how it affects human life. Their call for Save our Seas (SOS) tell us what we can do to minimise the damage.

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