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India has witnessed hottest March in last 122 years and is in red flag territory to the direction of climate crisis

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3 mn read Temperature in India is soaring higher and higher each day. Indian states are recording rise in temperature this season right from the beginning of March. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), average temperature across the country has witnessed a continuous jump since 1991. The information is released after analyzing and comparison of recorded temperature, extracted from 1981 to 2010. Director general of Meteorological department, M Mohapatra in a statement said, ‘The excess heat is increasing the moisture holding capacity of atmosphere during these seasons, leading to a spike in heavy and extremely heavy rainfall events.’ Weather department is warning of heatwave conditions throughout the month.

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The benefits to embody the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in our business objectives

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5 mn read The latest IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report has never been so alarming, natural disasters are multiplying, and more and more climate refugees are fleeing their lands. The current context pushes citizens and companies to act for the planet in view of the political inaction that a large part of the population considers. 76% of people agree that CEOs should take the lead on change rather than waiting for government to impose it (an 11-point increase from the 2018 study). But what role do companies have nowadays in the face of the climate emergency? 

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India’s SafEarth Founder believes in people to take strong call to action in climate crisis to stop worsening the conditions

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4 mn read In 2021, countries are witnessing earthshattering forest fires that has affected ecosystem adversely. Whole world watched turkey wildfire, that hit the environment majorly and left many people and animals homeless. Experts warned that the situation aroused due to the heatwave coming from southern Europe fed by North Africa. It did not stop here, recently it poured heavily for hours on the highest point of Greenland’s ice sheet known as Summit for the first time ever in the history. According to the information, Arctic is warming at least twice as fast as the rest of the world because of the climate crisis. 

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