Earth Overshoot Day or Ecological Debt Day is the day when humanity’s demand for natural resources in a year exceeds how much the planet can regenerate in that year. Every year, the Global Footprint Network calculates the date for the Earth Overshoot Day as per their established standards, taking into account
Have you noticed that most of the rivers in India, be it Narmada, Godavari, Ganga or Kaveri have been anciently named after Hindu gods & goddesses? Ever wondered what could be the reason to do so? The reason was simple; the ancient Indians wanted their people to worship the rivers just as we worship our gods.
Hard work is painful when we are empty and without purpose. But when we start to live for something greater than ourselves and the gratification of our own ego, then hard work and discipline becomes the toil of love. Why do we need to glamorize our lives so much? Do we see it as a way to inflect immortality?
A stray dog follows you around sniffing for food-Do you stop by to give it some or just shoo it away? Probably the later! You see a roadside cow eating out of a community garbage bin. Do you stop by to inform about it to the local authorities & veterinary clinic or just blame the owner who couldn’t feed it well & move on?
Each day planet Earth is dying a slow death at the hands of human ignorance. We are losing some wonderful species of animals and plants to the industrialization that destroys their homes. The pollution levels are reaching new peaks while the quality of the environment is degrading with every passing minute. It is our moral responsibility