Where there is food, there is population. Thanks to Norman Borlaug, an American agronomist, US is the largest wheat exporter in the world. Also thanks to M.S. Swaminathan, one of India’s top most exported commodities is cotton. Both these men are accredited as ‘Father of Green Revolution’ and ‘Father of Green Revolution in India’ respectively. Countries now exportContinue reading “GM foods: What’s all the fuss about?”
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Water pollution in China and India
On August 2nd, 2013, I re-blogged an article ‘The greening of China’ in my blog titled ‘Optimistically green China‘. While China intends to go greener, another renewable energy, hydropower, cannot be overlooked. A study by Sean Gallagher, a Beijing-based British environmental photojournalist mentioned that ‘renewable energy has no negative consequences’ is a myth, busted in a guestContinue reading “Water pollution in China and India”
Introducing, Ludwick Marishane.
I bet at least one of you who’s reading this hates to have a bath. Well, if not every time, SOMEDAY, you must have wanted to not bathe. Ludwick Marishane, is the guy who invented water-less bathing lotion, just because he did not like to bathe. Sounds funny, but it has a potential to haveContinue reading “Introducing, Ludwick Marishane.”