2 years ago

Water Collection And Supply During Disaster

While most of the people do not pay attention to the importance of having continuous supply of clean and safe drinking water, it becomes a major concern in the time of disaster aftermath. Through all the things that are termed as necessity during read more...



2 years ago

Advantages Of Solar Cooking On Health

As people might not have knowledge on the fact that nearly 3 million people are engaged in using solid fuels and more than 2.5 billion people live in today’s world without electricity, energy development in rural remote regions of the world read more...



2 years ago

Flood Disaster Early Warning Measures

Flood can be defined as a natural calamity which occurs due to the overflow of water that submerges land which is usually dry. Flooding is simply the process in which the dry land gets covered with water. Flood may be of various types, it may occu read more...



2 years ago

Renewable Energy Development In Rural Areas

Having abundance of renewable energy doesn’t help the people living in rural remotes regions to have access to better energy source rather than solid fuels. Renewable energies have developed continuously over the past decades but still milli read more...



3 years ago

Development Of Solar Energy And Its Advantages

Solar energy has been developing rapidly throughout the world as people are getting more concerned about our earth and their health. With millions of people living in developing poor countries still being completely dependent on solid fuels develo read more...



3 years ago

Increment In Use Of Renewable Energy In Rural Areas

Energy is very important to human beings and essential for our survival as well. Most of the energy sources that we use today are very harmful to environment as well as to us. People are mostly dependent of non-renewable sources of energy like fos read more...



3 years ago

Renewable Energy Practices And Use Of Bio Gas

Biogas refers to the gas formed by mixture of different gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas can be produced from raw materials such as municipal waste agricultural waste, manure, plant material, sewag read more...