Blue green algae commonly grow around the world! In fact, it was one of the initial organisms alive.Continue reading “Algae blooms”
Learning to cut food waste
While we all have a choice to eat what we want to, wasting food is something we can all collectively learn to avoid.Continue reading “Learning to cut food waste”
Spotted lanternfly – see it, report it
If you live in NJ and see a spotted lanternfly, you are requested to report the same!Continue reading “Spotted lanternfly – see it, report it”
Saving water outdoors
The video by American water company to save water especially outdoors was quite helpful!Continue reading “Saving water outdoors”
Understanding plastic usage
One of my college friends posed an interesting question whether we (our friends circle) are doing what is possible to save our planet Earth?Continue reading “Understanding plastic usage”
Polar vortex – severe weather
North east corridor is getting a lot of snow and some states have issued code blue asking residents to stay indoors, leaving place for emergency workers to do their jobs on the streets.Continue reading “Polar vortex – severe weather”
Conservation of birds facing extinction
Birds facing extinction is a global phenomenon. Who can help fight and protect them? How does the state participate in these efforts? Let us take a look at it using the Bald eagle program at New Jersey.Continue reading “Conservation of birds facing extinction”
Where the mind is without fear
In today’s context, reminded of Rabindranath Tagore’s poem!Continue reading “Where the mind is without fear”
What to eat to keep ourselves healthy during the pandemic?
If 80% of the population who contract the virus are anticipated to self-quarantine and heal by themselves while staying at home, wanted to understand what people in different countries were eating during the peak of the pandemic. How did / are they handling it. Sharing a compilation of immunity boosting tips and food tips from different countries!Continue reading “What to eat to keep ourselves healthy during the pandemic?”
How are people reacting and responding to the crisis?
Everyone has a different way to respond to a crisis. Understanding each others’s responses and reactions helps us come together as a community during the crisis. Sharing what I have seen, learned and understood about people’s reactions over the past few weeks!Continue reading “How are people reacting and responding to the crisis?”
Global Cities and their impact
While sitting in a class on International Management, we were introduced to the concept of Global cities. The term seemed interesting and my mind immediately wanted to check if my city was a Global city 🙂 One hour into the lecture, we realized its impact on us globally..! Sharing what I learned thus far..!Continue reading “Global Cities and their impact”
Hydroponics and the future
Few years back I heard the term Hydroponics for the first time when there was an event at the local school showcasing the latest trends in gardening. Was an interesting concept! A year later, my mother sent me a video link to show how farming was done vertically. Amazing concept!Continue reading “Hydroponics and the future”
Bees – University research, Robotics and Apps
In the previous post about Learning from bees, we looked at what is the current challenge we are facing and what can we do to save the species.
It made me think, are the universities doing anything about it? What does the current digital age and Robotics/AI organizations doing about this challenge.Continue reading “Bees – University research, Robotics and Apps”
While researching about what can be done to revive bee population, came across very many cities and city-builders, architects considering the option of building rooftop gardens across bigger cities. Cities being now called as Big cities, will become global cities attracting twice to ten times the population from suburbs in the next ten years (Courtesy: Internation Management session at Wharton)
Pictures are google-searchable and I do not own them. However, they seem to be portraying a story.Continue reading “Rooftop gardens”
Learning from Bees
Bees are a critical part of our eco system. Bees are pollinators that are vital to our food chain. Close to 1/3rd of our food will not be available without bees. So, does that mean humans will die if bees dont survive? Yes.Continue reading “Learning from Bees”
Reducing carbon footprint on Earth
One of the articles on World Economic forum on the reducing the carbon footprint triggered a thought.
There are organizations who are thinking about reducing our carbon footprint on earth. As an individual, what can I do to help?Continue reading “Reducing carbon footprint on Earth”