Today ,5th June is World Environment Day. Let us come together for sustainable development & environment.
Thomas Robert Mathus theory, "Principle of Population" proposed that human population grows exponentially,while food production grows at an arithmetic rate. Malthus theory has been questioned by many and there exist many critique for the same. Malthus theory's final result targets towards the available food for the population, but in reality this theory needs revision, there … Continue reading Malthus is true but needs Revision
At times on our travels, on just a general outings with family and friends We come across some great words... "Keep the Environment Clean Leave No Foot Prints,Take Memories." A Small Step Towards Building a Sustainable World
Excerpts used from article by Chelsea Harvey, Washington Post dated july 29The basic concept of carbon storing is simple i.e. catch carbon dioxide from factories and other industrial facilities before it goes into the atmosphere and then either store it indefinitely underground or inject it into oil reservoirs to help pump out more oil.But while … Continue reading Carbon Storage
A few years back power houses generated power and the grids distributed it. There used to occur load shedding based on peak demand and if there used to be any scope power generated was ramped up.Simple Grids to supply us the power energy to run our homes, our industries.Today we are working day and night … Continue reading Smart Grids
Taj Mahal is known as the monument of love and it was made from white marble. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan got this marvel built and it is more than 350 years old.Taj Mahal was so white that to protect Taj Mahal during the World War the Britishers got it covered so that the enemy planes … Continue reading Covering of Taj Mahal During World War and Now
Standards of living have improved and since the year 2000 global GDP has also risen. New technologies and ideas have brought in a lot of hope and promise to satiate our energy demands and at the same time lowering units spent annually. For example: 275 units (KwH) annual consumption for a 350 L refrigerator. With the … Continue reading Energy Efficiency & Technological Advancements