Soil Pollution Current Affairs, GK & News
Every year, the World Soil Day is celebrated on December 5. The day is celebrated by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) operating under the United Nations and also by several other international organizations. This year, the World Soil Day is celebrated under the theme Theme: Halt soil salinization, enhance soil production This signifies the ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
A study says that by shutting down some old coal-burning power plants and allowing newer ones to run for longer hours India can save $1.2 billion per year. The study was conducted by Council on Energy, Environment and Water. (CEEW) Highlights The report says that India should quickly decommission inefficient coal-fired capacity of 30 gigawatts. ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2021
Category: Environment Current Affairs
World Soil Day is celebrated every year on 5th of December by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations. Observance of this day aims to communicate messages on importance of soil quality for food security, healthy ecosystems and human well-being. It also advocates for sustainable management of soil resources. The Theme for year 2018 ..
Category: Important Days & Events Current Affairs
According to study conducted by researchers from University of Hyderabad, Castor bean plants can prove useful in fighting soil pollution. It was found that these plants can absorb toxic heavy metals from soil from these polluted areas due to industrial pollution. The roots, leaves and stem of these plants from the polluted areas contain heavy ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2017
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs