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In this issue

ENDEMIC NOT THE END - Past pandemics hold clues to living with COVID-19

Blue hydrogen not really green

Reliance Industries on February 12 announced an intent to become "the world's top blue hydrogen producer" by repurposing a 30,000 crore synthetic gas plant to manufacture the fuel.

Blue hydrogen not really green

1 min

Bullish turn

Post mechanisation, for the first time there is innovation in farm equipment to revive bullocks and aid small farmers

Bullish turn

6 mins

To what end

West Bengal has decided to mine coal from a reserve so deep and unreachable that the extraction might turn out to be financially unviable, and still end up displacing 21,000 people

To what end

6 mins

Endemic Not The End

We know that the novel coronavirus will be with us forever. Without undermining the threat it poses, we must learn how to live with it by adapting strategies developed in previous pandemics

Endemic Not The End

10+ mins

Pre-emptive strike

The popularity of anti-hail cannons among Himachal Pradesh farmers has made the state build an indigenous version, though the efficacy of such devices is unproven

Pre-emptive strike

5 mins

Space for nuclear

From fuel to outer space power plants, the world is developing different usages of nuclear energy to explore the deep space

Space for nuclear

7 mins

South Africa's vaccine advance brings hope

The WHO-aided tech transfer hub in South Africa is set to change the outlook for a continent deprived of COVID-19 vaccines

South Africa's vaccine advance brings hope

4 mins

BIOLOGICAL GOLD MINE

An emerging science explores how faecal analysis can revolutionise disease diagnosis and treatment

BIOLOGICAL GOLD MINE

5 mins

‘Observations will help trace our cosmic roots'

Early last month, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) opened its 18 golden mirrors to the universe and captured its first image-ofa sun-like star called HD-84406, some 260 light years from the Earth. The telescope was launched on December 25, 2021, and took 30 days to travel 1.5 million km from Earth in a direction opposite to the Sun to reach its destination-a gravitationally stable point named L2—from where it will orbit the Sun, slightly changing its position every three weeks to stay in a halo orbit.

‘Observations will help trace our cosmic roots'

6 mins

FAULTY GROUND

The stretch of the Cauvery where Karnataka plans to build the Mekedatu dam lies alonga fault plane and in a geologically unstable region

FAULTY GROUND

3 mins

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Down To Earth Magazine Description:

PublisherSociety for Environmental Comm

CategoryScience

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

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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