Nilanjan Ghatak | 30-04-2017 23:31 Comments 0 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Glaciers Melt to Record Low: Study

Hello Friends! I'm writing a report after very long time, and it really feels great to be back on Tunza! Today's report is a summary of the study conducted by Michael Zemp, director of the World Glacier Monitoring Se... Read More >

Gallimard Yvan Nyatchou Ngassa | 30-04-2017 02:27 Comments 4 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Damla Project

Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, department of Engineering and Natural Sciences  in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, realized a forestation activity  in Esenboğa Campus within the frame... Read More >

Siwar Adala | 29-04-2017 02:27 Comments 2 Comments recommendations 1 recommendations

Water pollution in Tunisia

The water crisis in Tunisia is increasing from one day to the next and is spreading from year to year. Of course, rainfall is highly dependent, but given the advancement of the Saharan dunes, the narrowing of forest areas and the ... Read More >

Razaan ABAKAR | 29-04-2017 02:04 Comments 2 Comments recommendations 1 recommendations

Water Pollution in Sudan

For thousands of years, the people of Sudan have been depended on the Nile's water for survival since it is the main drinking water source in Sudan. One of the main environmental problems in Sudan is the problem with water pol... Read More >

Prakriti Dhakal | 29-04-2017 01:24 Comments 5 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

 WWF The Generation Green 2017

Earth hour!!! Mentorship is simply learning from the mistakes and mastery of a successful person in his/her field. Its my great honor to attain a wonderful mentorship program where i got a... Read More >