Ecological issues

Bio Tech or Bio Terror

November 13, 2009
Contemporary Issues

Introduction On October 14, the Indian Government’s Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) gave a green signal for the first commercial release of a genetically modified food crop (BT eggplant, brinjal), despite widespread disapproval from citizens, NGOs, farmer organizations and scientists. The decision has led to fury, protests and fasts in states across India on October 16, World Food day. After having successfully reduced the fertility of the fertile soil making http://absolutetruth.in/2009/11/bio-tech-or-bio-terror/“>…Read the Rest

The scourge of consumptive culture

The scourge of consumptive culture
October 19, 2009
Contemporary Issues

Introduction Americans and Western Europeans have had a lock on unsustainable over-consumption for decades. But now developing countries are catching http://absolutetruth.in/2009/10/the-scourge-of-consumeristic-culture/“>…Read the Rest

Can Man tame Nature?

Can Man tame Nature?
September 5, 2009
Contemporary Issues

Understanding Nature Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the natural world, physical world or material world. “Nature” refers http://absolutetruth.in/2009/09/can-man-tame-nature/“>…Read the Rest

Ecological cost of Googling

Ecological cost of Googling
January 12, 2009
Ecological issues

Ecological cost of Googling Two Google searches produce same CO2 as boiling a kettle. Making two internet searches through Google http://absolutetruth.in/2009/01/google-search-and-boiling-a-kettle/“>…Read the Rest

Tulsi to save Taj Mahal from pollution effects

Tulsi to save Taj Mahal from pollution effects
December 16, 2008
Ecological issues

AGRA: There’s a dollop of ayurvedic wisdom to help Taj Mahal retain its original allure. Even as the monument of http://absolutetruth.in/2008/12/tulsi-to-save-taj-mahal-from-pollution-effects/“>…Read the Rest

World threatened by ecological credit crunch

World threatened by ecological credit crunch
October 29, 2008
Ecological issues

PARIS: Reckless borrowing against Earth’s exhausted bounty is driving the planet toward an ecological “credit crunch”, the World Wildlife Fund http://absolutetruth.in/2008/10/world-threatened-by-ecological-credit-crunch/“>…Read the Rest

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