The source of 70 percent of New Delhi's water, the Yamuna River is filthy with sewage and garbage, but people are now being drawn to its banks by a new art exhibit that seeks to raise awareness about the river's plight.
Time for a little reality check from the U.S. Energy Information Administration --- or a projection, at least, based on the reality of rising energy use in developing nations like China and India. The EIA projects world energy use
Today FEED, the international blogger meeting at the Valencia Design Week, took us on a pleasant visit to GAN, Gandia Blascos' rug showroom. Laura Mora explained us how all their rugs are hand-made under fair-trade conditions in India with 100% natural
A new report from the World Wind Energy Association tracks new wind power installations in the first half of 2011, with China, the United States and India leading the pack. Though new installations were lower in Germany and
Pepsi does not have the greatest track record when it comes to social responsibility, particularly with regard to its use of water in countries already stressed for water resources. So while it's too soon to tell if this is a
Agri-giant Monsanto may be forced to take one on the chin in India: The nation's first genetically modified food crop, a variety of eggplant known at Bt brinjal, has sucked its Big Ag developers into court. Monsanto, Mahyco,
Light-emitting diodes not only use less energy, they give off better light than those compact fluorescents, without using mercury. Add to the list: LEDs also are being used to help babies born with severe jaundice, which can lead to
As salinization impacts agriculture around the world—another effect of climate change that will hit already-vulnerable places and people the hardest—farmers, small-scale farmers in particular, have to figure out how to