Lesley Sloss is Principal Environmental Consultant at Clean coal centre, International Energy Agency, United Kingdom. Sloss's areas of expertise include emissions and effects of coal power; ash management; mine reclamation; legislation and control; and controlling mercury emissions from power plants
Shantanu Dixit, group coordinator, Prayas Energy Group, has been working in the power sector in the field of analysis and advocacy from 1992. He has worked on a range of power sector-related issues
Even though this biodiversity crisis is humanity’s fault, there is still time to save the Earth if governments, companies and individuals take action
The idea behind the Chipko movement originated in early 1970s from Mandal, a village in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Forty-three years later, Down To Earth travelled to Chamoli and Tehri Garhwal and spoke to the participants of this movement about its relevance today
Rajeev Sadanandan, Addl Chief Secretary, Health &Family Welfare,Kerala
Chandra Bhushan, DDG, CSE
India wants to add 100 GW of capacity by 2022. But according to a new report by global analytics firm CRISIL, it will only manage 60 GW by 2022.
The desert, to many, is a vast, arid wasteland which most of the time, is life-threatening – in fact, the Hindi word marubhoomi or marusthal (deriving from Sanskrit) reminds us of mortality.