Noise pollution is a global problem, but developing countries are more burdened with balancing amid development and controlling noise pollution than developed countries because they face a unique set of challenges related to economic growth, urbanization, and social equity. In contrast, developed countries have more resources and infrastructure to effectively regulate and manage noise pollution. It does not imply that developing countries are more responsible for causing noise pollution than developed countries.
From womb to tomb, the connection between the universe is not common, whichmakes it worthwhile.
Chandan Kumar Sharma
Chandigarh university, India )
Women in a variety of professions have emerged and influenced at regional and global level. Among other areas, besides wonderful male environmentalists, women are contributing to the environmental movement as well. Here are some beautiful leading ladies of environment who are doing phenomenal work for our mutual home, planet earth.
The other energy crisis
Arthur Dahl's blog
Why a space sunshade isn't such a bright idea
Letter from IEF President Arthur Dahl
in New Scientist 4 February 2023
There is a fundamental contradiction between two of Vaclav Smil's innovations to save humanity [New Scientist 7 January 2023, p.38]. He calls for more efficient photosynthesis, while also suggesting the need for a planetary sunshade to control global warming.
Confluence of Crises: Warnings by the UN Secretary-General
Arthur Lyon Dahl
21 February 2023
The competition between growing economic needs of mankind is winning against the natural world; the fact humans are unable to understand is that it would be integrated fall. The demise of nature would be the end of all developments. Humans after devouring the terrestrial resources, are now ready to exploit ocean minerals at an absolutely irrational rate.
Armed conflict and weaponization which are the manifestations of human beings continues to have a devastating impact on biodiversity around the world. Existing species are disappearing more than the pace on which new species on earth are being discovered. Nearly 1.8 million different species exist on our planet, including 280,000 in the seas and oceans. Every year, 15,000 species are being added to biodiversity, while the discovery mission is far from over yet.
A safe and just operating space for human identity: a systems perspective
By Tom H Oliver, Bob Doherty, et al.
The Lancet Planetary Health, Vol 6, November 2022
Link to paper: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(22)00217-0
Lectures and TV interview in India
14-24 November 2022