By Team Analysis India is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to climate change. Extreme weather events like floods, droughts, and heat waves are on the rise. It affects people not just physically but also mentally. Studies conducted after disasters, like the Andaman & Nicobar Islands Tsunami and Odisha cyclone, prove this. Among surviving adolescents, PTSD rates reached 10.8% after the Tsunami … Continue reading When the climate changes, so do our minds
By: Rishabh Shrivastava UN General Assembly passed a resolution on 28th July 2022, recognizing access to clean, healthy, and sustainable environment as a universal human right. 161 member countries voted in favor of the resolution whereas 8 countries abstained from voting. The resolution is not legally binding on the countries but rather serves as a call for countries to unite and amplify actions to tackle … Continue reading Access to clean, healthy, and sustainable environment is now a universal human right: How, why, and what?