• Earth Care Awards 2015

2015 Jury Members

Dr. R K Pachauri

Chair – Earth Care Awards Jury

Director General - TERI

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Mr. Kartikeya V. Sarabhai

Founder Director,

Centre for Environment Education

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Mr. Rajendra Shende

Chairperson - TERRE


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Aneeta Benninger

Executive Director at CDSA

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Ms. Shailaja Chandra

IAS (Retd.) Former Chief Secretary


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Mr. Rajat Gupta

Director, McKinsey and Company

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Mr. Chandrabhushan

Deputy Director General

Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi

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Dr. Nitin Pandit

Managing Director of WRI India

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Across India

The National Institute of Ocean Technology - government institution on high-end ocean research - has published India's first 'Wave Atlas' for the coast which will help design marine structure and...

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CHENNAI: C Shiva spends most of his free time on the beach. Lately it's occurred to him that the beach is getting narrower all the time

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Across SAARC

 Narendra Modi is the first Indian prime minister visiting Nepal in 17 years, although the two countries share an open border and claim to have a close relationship.

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A rhinoceros gored a man to death as he fished in a river in southern Nepal in what experts said on Monday was a rare...

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In order to spread awareness among people to protect the environment and inspire them to bring about a positive change, the ‘Green Janakpur’ campaign was launched on August...

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A new method of farming is helping farmers in Bangladesh produce more food in less space, and could improve the country’s economy and food security in the face of climate change, a new...

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Wild & Wacky

 NAGPUR: The region's tigers migrate great distances overcoming obstacles like canals and dangers like roads, rail lines, and open wells, mentions a latest report of the Wildlife Conservation...

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 KEITHVILLE, Louisiana—It's a few minutes before 8 a.m. at Chimp Haven, a sanctuary for retired research chimpanzees, and the air fills with their excited hoots and cries. Chimps in an...

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Governments remained silent when a report demonstrating their lack of co-operation in addressing illegal fishing of toothfish was presented to the CITES meeting currently underway in...

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Just a day after the close a global wildlife trade conference here, authorities at Suvarnabhumi International Airport made two big seizures, discovering hundreds of threatened tortoises and...

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The Good Earth

 PUNE: Three students from city colleges started a year-long project of making bags out of waste paper, however, with the success of the venture, it will now be backed by The Energy and...

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 Effective urban transit systems can encourage people out of their cars and provide a cost-effective way to tackle climate change, a report has suggested.

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Don't heat an empty house! During the winter, turn down your thermostat to 68 degrees F when you're home and 55 degrees F at night and while you're away.


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Question 1.

Following is the most widely discussed impact of climate change