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Away from the headlines, October 20 saw a fire raging through a 40-acre garbage dump in Delhi. Bhalswa, in the north of the city, is one of the three landfills and receives around 2,700 tonnes of the 9,500 tonnes of trash generated in a day.

This is not the first time a landfill has caught fire....

Read more: Time to dump the dumpyard

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Read more: Clean fun

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At village Bajghera in Palam Vihar on the Delhi-Gurugram border, a paper recycling project of non-government organisation Literacy India provides sustenance to a bunch of women from households with annual incomes of about ₹2 lakh, while furthering sustainable development.

What makes the project...

Read more: A rags-to-paper recycling story

“This is not a partisan debate; it is a human one. Clean air and water, and a livable climate are inalienable human rights. And solving this crisis is not a question of politics. It is our moral obligation.” Leonardo DiCaprioActor and United Nations Messenger of Peace

Published on September...

Read more: They said it

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