Simple Things You Can Do To Save Planet Earth

Monika Sachan Our planet is facing a number of challenges right now, and it can be daunting to think that you can’t do anything about it. This isn’t necessarily true, and even though you may only be making small changes, they can add up and make a big difference. This is especially true if you […]

How the Doughnut Model Can Guide Sustainable Mobility Planning

Introduction The doughnut model is a framework for sustainable development that was proposed by economist Kate Raworth in her 2017 book Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist. The model is based on the idea that a sustainable society must provide for the basic needs of all its members while also staying […]

Climate Change: Understanding the Latest Trends and Its Implications

Introduction Climate change is a pressing global issue that affects every aspect of our lives. It refers to the long-term changes in the Earth’s climate, including rising temperatures, changing weather patterns, and sea level rise. Human activities, such as burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and industrialization, are the primary causes of climate change. The effects of […]

The new oxygenation lakes approach exhibits good results

A Lake Søllerød pilot project employed electrodes successfully in oxygenating a lake bed. In a large demonstration test, the approach should now be tested. Around 75% of all Danish and European lakes present the problem of oxygen depletion and algae, mostly due to the miserable habits of wastewater discharging with high phosphorus contents directly into […]

The Fifth Ocean on Earth – Southern Ocean

Akash Kumar On June 8, World Ocean day a renowned map-making group National Geographic mapped the fifth ocean officially called “Southern Ocean”. The southern parts of the Indian, Pacific and Arctic oceans have always intrigued oceanographers and have been debated if that could be officially called an ocean. Is this a new discovery? It was […]

LASCHAMPS EXCURSION: Mass extinctions 42,000 years ago

The Laschamp event was a geomagnetic excursion (a short reversal of the Earth’s magnetic field). It occurred 41,400 years ago, during the end of the Last Glacial Period. It is known from geomagnetic anomalies discovered in the 1960s in the Laschamps lava flows in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Cooper and his team created an exactly dated carbon 14 record from […]


Our planet was very different some 250 million years ago from what it looks like today. Earth is the only planet that has plate tectonics because no other world has a surface divided into plates. Planet earth is constantly changing. Earth’s crust (lithosphere) consists of 15 to 20 moving tectonic plates. Even imagine these plates […]

EARTH: The Beginning of the Impossible and Hereafter

Preface Human brains always tickle around the fact that how we are born, how the civilization occurred on this planet, how such magnificent galaxies formed, how the universe is created, are we alone or very such mind-boggling queries that intrigues in the various portions of our tiny brain. Here we talk about the most astounding […]

THE EARTH IS SPINNING FASTER- Can we say Earth is in a hurry

-By Rohan Purohit If the year 2020 by any chance felt like a drag, you might be astounded to find it went quicker than you suspected … also, this year is set to be considerably speedier. The Earth has been turning abnormally rapidly of late, and July 19 saw the most limited day since records […]

3-D Atlas of Universe: Reconnoitering Beyond Imagination

Exhilaration accompanied by jaw-dropping conjectures is conventional whenever a thought of cosmology rushes across the neurons of our brain. What we can vaguely observe in an open sky with bare eyes, let’s say Sirius (brightest star), constellation, satellites, and a few planets if you luck out.  But whether we are able to comprehend the stretch […]