In India, like in several other developing countries, the improper management of solid waste poses a serious problem (Patwa et al., 2020), as it affects the lives of thousands of people and presents many risks to the natural environment (Kumar and Agrawal 2020; Gupta et al., 2015). A large quantity of solid waste is generated…
LET’S NOT SQUANDER THIS ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION OPPORTUNITY TO “BUILD BACK BETTER” – AND LET’S DO IT RIGHT!
“Building back better” has become a catch phrase in political circles, not only here, but also overseas. Many governments around the world have yet to deliver on their promises and pledges, though.
On the 6th of May 2021, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition and the UN Environment Program released the Global Methane Assessment. This new assessment analyses the benefits and costs of reducing methane emissions and identifies the sectors in which the most progress can be made by 2030.