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  • Mangroves a tropical coastal vegetation and a healthy environment acts as a natural buffer against coastal erosion and flooding.

  • Rapid urbanization to make way for infrastructural development, housing, and other urban development projects are resulting in continuous disappearance of the world’s forests, water bodies, swamps, plains, and other habitats thus possessing the greatest threat to species around the globe.

  • Wetlands are the most productive environments, supporting biological diversity, providing water and an environment in which innumerable species of plants and animals depend for survival.

  • India is one of 17 countries where water stress is extremely high, this means that the country is running out of ground and surface water.

  • Sanitation is a major concern of public health in India. Recent research in India on environmental sanitation stressed the importance of prioritizing control strategies.

  • According to a research report, 330 million households in cities around the world have no access to affordable and secure housing, equivalent to 1.2 billion people.

  • A brief overview of the current situation about waste in the country.

  • Water scarcity in India is a continuing water crisis in India that is almost affecting around 600 million people a year.

  • Quick overview of construction and demolition waste collection and sorting.

  • Construction and demolition waste comprise a wide variety of materials including concrete, metals, timber, ceramics, soil, plaster, asphalt, which arise either during construction, renovation, or demolition activities.

  • The second-most populous country in the world is expected to see massive growth during the next three decades. By 2050, India is projected to be the world’s second-largest economy (overtaking the United States).

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • We’re hosting TRACING NARRATIVES – a travelling exhibition on the world of landscape design at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi from 25th March – 24th April 2017. Do check out !

  • The recent controversy India has had with the WTO regarding the country’s food security has awakened many questions that require answers. For most, the controversy itself is unclear. For others, the reasons behind the different stands India and the WTO have taken are unclear.

  • India today is a study in Contrasts- on one hand we have a population of which 75% is under 35 years of age, which is a huge resource for our nation, and on the other hand, we hold on to these antiquated ideologies and old ways of doing things.