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In this issue

FAUX WAGON - Volkswagen's subterfuge on emissions exposes the problems in monitoring diesel.

Shell abandons drilling for oil - Royal Dutch Shell calls off drilling in the Arctic, claiming it has not discovered anything.

Carbon intake slows - A new study says trees' rate of absorbing carbon dioxide has slowed due to a warming climate

A dying lake - The beautiful Kodaikanal Lake is threatened by the increased growth of a type of weed and deteriorating water quality.

Clearing misconceptions about vaccines - Dialogue and not force is the key to vaccinate people

Down To Earth Magazine Description:

PublisherSociety for Environmental Comm




Down To Earth is a fortnightly magazine published by the Society for Environmental Comm, a non-profit research and advocacy organization based in New Delhi, India. It is one of the most respected environmental magazines in the country.

The magazine covers a wide range of topics related to the environment and sustainable development, including:

* Climate change: DTE provides in-depth coverage of climate change, including its causes, impacts, and mitigation and adaptation strategies.
* Energy: DTE covers a variety of energy topics, including renewable energy, energy efficiency, and fossil fuels.
* Water: DTE covers a variety of water topics, including water pollution, water scarcity, and water management.
* Pollution: DTE covers a variety of pollution topics, including air pollution, water pollution, and soil pollution.
* Biodiversity: DTE covers a variety of biodiversity topics, including forests, wildlife, and conservation.
* Sustainable development: DTE covers a variety of sustainable development topics, including green economy, sustainable agriculture, and sustainable transportation.

Down To Earth magazine is known for its high-quality journalism and its commitment to environmental protection. It is a must-read for anyone who is interested in the environment and sustainable development in India and around the world.

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