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India's solar waste management faces challenges

India's solar waste management faces challenges

The rapid expansion of solar parks in India brings a mounting problem of panel waste, with projections suggesting 19 million tonnes by 2050.

Flavia Lopes reports for The Guardian.

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Natural farming's rise in India amid climate change

Natural farming's rise in India amid climate change

In the face of worsening weather conditions, farmers in Andhra Pradesh, India, are turning to natural farming methods to bolster crop resilience.

Shawn Sebastian and Sibi Arasu report for The Associated Press.

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India's warrior moms battle against air pollution

In India, a group of mothers, known as the "Warrior Moms," are taking a stand against the country's severe air pollution.

Stuti Mishra reports for The Independent.

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Air pollution and politics pose cross-border challenges in South Asia
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Air pollution and politics pose cross-border challenges in South Asia

In recent weeks, Lahore in Pakistan’s east has seen flight cancellations, school closures, factory shutdowns, and artificial rain to get things under control — but nothing seems to be working.
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Kashmir residents suffer through a dry winter waiting for snow. Experts point to climate change

A prolonged dry spell is sweeping across the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir during the harshest phase of winter, leaving many people sick and farmers worried about impending water shortages.
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Winter without snow is devastating Indian Kashmir’s ski tourism

A dry winter has been devastating to Gulmarg, one of Asia’s highest ski resorts, in Indian-controlled Kashmir.

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Extreme heat is pushing India to the brink of ‘survivability.’ One obvious solution is also a big part of the problem

The hotter and wealthier India gets, the more Indians will use AC. And the more they use AC, the hotter the country will become.

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