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ONLINE EDUCATION:-

WHAT IS ONLINE EDUCATION:- A classroom is method of using cell phones and computers to make teacher and student in connection.This method of education is popularized during the corona. ONLINE EDUCATION IS EFFECTIVE:- In my perception online education is not that much effective when compare to the offline classes.Because we […]

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GANGA RIVER

INTRODUCTION The Ganges is the largest river in India with a profound religious significance. It is known by several names, including Jahnavi, Gange, Shubhra, Sapteshwari, Nikita, Bhagirathi, Alaknanda, and Vishnupadi. Nothing can match the ever-lasting divinity of the holy River Ganga; the sacred river is a true mother by all […]

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Foods with preventive powers.

There are a lot of benefits some foods serve us. Like mustard contains manganese and phosphorus, which contribute to strong bones and teeth so help prevent osteoporosis. Many other foods have similar preventive powers such as: Asparagus for high blood pressure. Asparagus contains the natural diuretic asparagine, which helps your […]

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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

Environmental issues harmful to human beings, animals and plants.They are environmental issues like pollution, deforestation, climate change, Ozone depletion, waste management. MAJOR TYPES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES:- * Climate change * Deforestation * Ozone depletion * Biodiversity Loss * Acid rain * Human overpopulation * Global warming CLIMATE CHANGE:- Climate change […]

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What are Carbon Markets ?

Carbon Markets: Carbon markets facilitate the trading of emission reductions. Such a market allows countries, or industries, to earn carbon credits for the emission reductions they make in excess of their targets. These carbon credits can be traded to the highest bidder in exchange of money. The buyers of carbon […]

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Achievements of the Glasgow Summit 2021

What was achieved? Mitigation: The Glasgow agreement has emphasised that stronger action in the current decade was most critical to achieving the 1.5-degree target. Accordingly, it has: 1. Asked countries to strengthen their 2030 climate action plans, or NDCs (nationally-determined contributions), by next year. 2. Established a work programme to […]

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What does the Glasgow Agreement say?

Following are the major observations of the Glasgow Summit : 1. A deal aimed at staving off dangerous climate change has been struck at the COP26 summit in Glasgow. 2. Expressed “deep regrets” over the failure of the developed countries to deliver on their $100 billion promise. It has asked […]

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