India is one of the most "water stressed" countries in the world mostly due to the high demand and population, uncontrolled industrialization, and the exploitation of groundwater resources. What are the priority areas that the current government initiatives can consider? Do we need more fine-tuned water policy? Which are the inter-linkages and statistics that can add further value to the consolidated effort? Let us bubble-storm the ideas!
Many of us have read or overlooked the INDIA EPI ranking 2020. India has released VNR 2020 and marked it as a "DECADE OF ACTION". To make this happen we need to review and rethink to prioritize our contribution to Nation! Here is a summary of the results.
Sustainable development is something that demands a collective effort. India is experiencing many good vibes in this area. Many innovative minds are contributing to a common goal. Here are some trends in the limited survey. If we need to get the real trends in India, we need to reach the maximum population. Please share your opinion and help this reach the maximum population by sharing.
The use of plastics in the construction industry is often questioned by many enthusiasts. In this post, I have tried to cover major concerns about greenhouse gas emissions and microplastics leaching. Review the entire post.
Prof. R. Vasudevan, also known as India's "Plastic Man," shared his illuminating views on the plastic road technology in an exclusive 40-minute interview and how we should plan the implementation of the technology. He points out the advantages of road plastics technology. Reading the entire post should give you a snapshot of what needs to be done to achieve a rising sustainable future objective.
Plastic recycling is necessary to reduce its entry into the ocean. This post is an interesting story about Indian entrepreneurs recycling plastics and construction waste. Sharang Ambadkar & Varad Tole produced tiles from plastic and demolition tiles. Heat resistance up to 150 ° C, skid-proof design and recycle power up to 3 times! These features add value to innovation and open up endless opportunities!
The system of plastic waste management is well explored. The entire world is now conscious of the problem and is seeking new solutions. There are also some positive trials in India. The post focuses on the efforts of two 12-year-old children to remove plastics from water bodies
We read a lot about smart cities, the Government's vision, companies' contributions, and components involved. But do we focus on, how smart citizens and professionals can help ' making' smart cities?. The post is based on research material available. Revisiting our responsibilities is a need.