Category: Environment

UN: Nearly all Countries Agreed to Plastic Waste Agreement

The United Nations announced on Friday that almost all the world’s countries have agreed on a deal aimed at restricting shipments of hard-to-recycle plastic waste to poorer

Sri Lanka: Eco-Friendly Playing Jersey Unveiled

Sri Lanka unveiled their ‘Eco-Friendly’ playing jersey and training kit for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, on 3rd May.  The jersey is unique and different as th

Cyclone Fani Hits Bangladesh

The strongest cyclone Fani hits Bangladesh on Saturday. Although the storm lost some of its power after hitting India, a storm surge still breached embankments to submerge doz

105 Ton of ‘Concreteberg’ has Blocked London Sewers

105 ton of concreteberg has blocked the three Victorian-era sewers in the heart of the capital that caused by the people pouring concrete into drains which has become a record

The Green New Deal May be Our Last, Best Hope

Supporters of the Green New Deal are launching a nationwide tour to build support for the congressional resolution to transform the U.S. economy through funding renewable ener

Seychelles: President Made Underwater Plea to Protect Oceans

The president of the Seychelles Danny Faure has made a global plea for stronger protection and preservation of the “beating blue heart of our planet”, in a striking speec

Indonesia: Strong Earthquake Hits with Tsunami Warning

Indonesia is one of the most disaster-prone nations on Earth due to its position straddling the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, where tectonic plates collide. A strong 6.8-mag

Environment: Climate Financing is Important to Bring Sustainability

Climate change is not a new issue; it is changing constantly over geological time. But recently the rapid change of climate is becoming a serious environmental concern because

Cyclone Idai Displaces 1.5 Million: Death Toll Rises to 150

The deadly storm Cyclone Idai has affected a total of 1.5 million people in the three southern African countries- Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe in consequences the death tol

School Student Strike for Climate Strike

A Swedish teenager started the worldwide protest for climate action, following that 957 Schools students are Striking on Friday, March 15. Around 1k cities and towns includ