Life Cycle



Seeing is believing

Climate change and a photo exhibition

Who watches the climate watchmen?

Carbon footprint of UN Climate Change Conferences and funny ways it is dealt with

The Good COP

Fellas, here’s a cross-eyed puzzle for you. It was in 1992 that countries across the globe joined an international treaty

Our Water-wise Ancestors

Our ancestors were pretty smart, when it came to environment! Indians...

2015:The year of Climate Of Whether, For Weather

Climate gurus, advocates and activists have been hailing 2015 as the most significant year for climate change. But does that mean the world will no longer be under the weather? Well, GT finds out if that will be true or not.


YOUNGistan & climate change!

GT brings you snapshots from the 20th United Nations Conference of Parties on Climate Change (COP 20), held at Lima, Peru. The 10th Conference of Youth on Climate Change (COY 10), held parallel to the COP, brought together over 1,000 youth from all around the world. Driven by the international organisation Youth United for Climate Progress (YOUNGO), COY 10 focused on ensuring the youth’s engagement in global actions against climate change, reports Kiran Pandey from Lima.

Smart Attack: Here comes the ‘homputer’!

In a new development in the fantastical world of computing, a ‘super computer’ has fooled humans into believing that it is a 13-year-old boy. Well, all thanks to artificial intelligence! Anyway, hold your gigabytes, here’s the real story


Power Game

Festive fun

The temperature has just taken a tiny dip, announcing the start of a season choc-a-bloc with festivals. Thrilling, right? But, it also leaves behind a trail of air pollution, non-biodegradable garbage and chemical wastes. The best way out of this mess is to ‘say no to crackers’. Hold on! This is not a sermon on why not to do this and that... It is about celebrating the joyous festival differently – with homemade decorations! Here are a few ideas that you might want to try…

Drop by drop

India is polio-free. Proudly so, right? But does that mean that our fight against polio and other diseases such as diarrhoea is over? Recently, the Central Government included rotavirus, rubella and Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine (IPV) vaccination in India’s Universal Immunisation Programme. What does that mean? That these vaccines will now be available to all children free of cost. But why are vaccines important?