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Climate change warriors suggest practical changes to incorporate in daily life

Climate change warriors suggest practical changes to incorporate in daily life

On World Environment today, climate change warriors suggest small, practical changes to incorporate in daily life to protect our fragile city’s ecosystem

05 June,2024 09:15 AM IST | Mumbai | Devashish Kamble
This short film on climate change by Mumbai filmmaker shows environment crisis

This short film on climate change by Mumbai filmmaker shows environment crisis

A short film on climate change by Mumbai-based filmmaker is scheduled to be screened at two Russian film festivals this month

04 June,2024 09:05 AM IST | Mumbai | Nandini Varma
'Biodegradable' tea bags can harm environment, all may not degrade: Study

'Biodegradable' tea bags can harm environment, all may not degrade: Study

Researchers looked at commonly available teabags made using three different compositions of polylactic acid (PLA), which were buried in soil for seven months

28 May,2024 04:38 PM IST | New Delhi | IANS
Mumbai heat: TV actors, expert share tips to keep home interiors cool naturally

Mid-Day Premium Mumbai heat: TV actors, expert share tips to keep home interiors cool naturally

From using wet curtains to growing houseplants, Indians have been using many hacks to keep home interiors cool in summer. As Mumbai experiences one of its worst heat and humidity, we invite actors and an expert who share tips on how to keep the interiors of your home cool and breezy naturally

28 May,2024 11:02 AM IST | Mumbai | Aakanksha Ahire
Farm to Table! Salman Khan to Juhi Chawla, celebs who enjoy growing produce

Farm to Table! Salman Khan to Juhi Chawla, celebs who enjoy growing produce

These plant parents have sown the seeds setting an example and have reaped the fruits and vegetables of their labour.

25 May,2024 02:45 PM IST | Mumbai
Heat like 'literal hell' sends thousands to hospital in Pakistan

Heat like 'literal hell' sends thousands to hospital in Pakistan

Authorities said the temperatures were hovering up to eight degrees Celsius higher than their normal level at this time of the summer and cited climate change as the reason

25 May,2024 01:17 PM IST | Mumbai | IANS
Reducing plastic pollution by 5 per cent yearly may stabilise ocean microplastic

Reducing plastic pollution by 5 per cent yearly may stabilise ocean microplastic

From human blood to testicles, to flora and fauna, microplastics have long been known as a significant environmental and health concern worldwide

25 May,2024 09:22 AM IST | New Delhi | IANS
Organ damage and death by heatstroke: Doctors spell out health tips

Mid-Day Premium Organ damage and death by heatstroke: Doctors spell out health tips

Mumbaikars are trying their best to keep themselves cool during this blazing heat, but the risk of heat-induced ailments cannot be ignored. Mid-day.com dialled city health experts to seek guidance on how citizens can protect themselves from heatstrokes

23 May,2024 10:00 AM IST | Mumbai | Aakanksha Ahire
Climate crisis made crippling April heatwave in South Asia 45 times more likely

Climate crisis made crippling April heatwave in South Asia 45 times more likely

Scientists of World Weather Attribution (WWA) said that heatwaves intensified by climate change are making life much tougher for people living in poverty across Asia.

16 May,2024 12:02 AM IST | Delhi | PTI
Delhi records 23.9 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, lower than usual

Delhi records 23.9 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, lower than usual

Delhi-NCR experienced a major thunderstorm, strong winds, and rain on last week on Friday evening

14 May,2024 11:15 AM IST | New Delhi | mid-day online correspondent

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