Children of the Migrants

“No, Aylan. Please don’t die! I’m coming for you!” Abdullah Kurdi shouted hysterically while fighting…

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Cute Beehive From Paper Rolls

If you want to add some fun and colour to your kids’ room, try this…

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They are no aliens

I tried to sleep a little after sehri but stayed awake, being abandoned by the realm…

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I live on a bench

Most of the people among us must have watched “Cinderella”. How did you actually feel…

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Intelligence Killing Foods You Need To Avoid

When it comes to nutrition, it must be mentioned that there are all sorts of…

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Save Energy – An entrepreneur’s Story from Africa

On the long, bumpy drive to her grandmother’s house in Accra, Ghana, seven-year-old Sarah Dimson…

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Save Energy – Buy a Bicycle and Ride it Everyday.

Getting on a bicycle for saving the planet? Call me a skeptic, but I wasn’t…

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While it is true that a correlation can be made between energy consumption per capita and quality of life, there must be something else at work that prevents the oil-rich countries Nigeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, and the others from enjoying that high quality of life. There are fundamental issues that prevent energy-poor countries from copying the success of another energy-poor country, Japan. Japan has essentially no natural energy resources, but found the means to import energy as oil, coal, and liquefied natural gas, LNG, to power its industry, commerce, and residences. Until some fundamental issues are resolved, simply increasing energy consumption in the poorer parts of the world will not improve the quality of life. Our Green Fellows should look into facts and should start saving energy. Also our government needs to keep an eye on what our neighbors are taking measures to Save Energy. India, Iraq ink energy cooperation pact to boost ties India and Iraq, which is second largest oil exporter to the country, Friday inked a key pact for conclusion of a 13-year-old contract for exploration of an Iraqi block estimated to hold 645 million barrels of in-place reserves under a broad-based energy cooperation agreement. Not only this Read more dear Green Fellows: India is likely to export 250 megawatt (mw) electricity to Bangladesh from October next in the light of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two countries more than three years ago, said the Indian newspaper Business Standard on Thursday. By starting transmission of 250mw electricity to Bangladesh, India will make a step forward in exporting 500mw electricity to the neighboring country to fetch more than $350 million annually for 25 years. And story is not coming to end, India is on road to • Garbage recycled from dump yard to generate electricity • Ambitious solar power plant commissioning in Jodhpur • Power Ministry has revamped the UPA Government’s flagship Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) scheme to facilitate electricity to smaller hamlets and cover more below poverty line. And there are countless more examples (which we would keep sharing time to time) regarding such initiatives taken by our neighbors for Saving Energy. We need to rethink over our Energy Policy. We need to Watch out Our Neighbors. And Need to Really Prove that we are Greener than them. Time for movement to Bring Energy Saving to Action! Like

Save Energy- Watch out Your Neighbors- May be they are greener than YOU!

What do the following countries all have in common? Nigeria, Indonesia, Algeria, Libya, Iran, Iraq,…

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Save Energy- Plant A Power House

How many times you actually wipe your sweat when there is no electricity? Five to…

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