The oxygen that we get from nature is about increasing green cover and ensuring that our air - our every breath - is not polluted.
The good news is that climate change is back on the agenda. The bad news is that we are discussing the wrong things
We know that climate change impacts are about heat - increased and scorching temperatures - and about variable and extreme rain.
As we approach Stockholm+50, we are looking at an increasingly inequitable world; where poverty and marginalisation are growing
The WHO's initiative to provide equitable access to vaccines - COVAX - is devoid of the funds needed to procure and supply the shots to poorer countries.
Since the release of our investigation into the adulteration of honey, we have received textbook responses - possibly what is discussed and taught in business schools across the world, writes Narain
Chinese companies have "designed" the sugar syrup which is used to adulterate honey so that it can pass the Indian laboratory tests
My logic, as an environmentalist and campaigner for clean air, is that this will be a perverse incentive, writes Sunita Narain
What is the future of UN?
The programme is providing relief today, but how can it ensure the basis of livelihood security in the future?
Today, our worst nightmare - the worst-case scenario - is playing out
It is reported that prior to the 2018 ban, 95 per cent of the European Union's and 70 per cent of the US's plastic waste collected for recycling was sold and shipped to China
It's a time for cooperation and trust, so that local and global action can be decisive and meaningful
Covid-19 is not a mere oversight or an inconvenient accident; it is a result of the actions we have taken to build a world that is both inequitable and divisive
The link of these disparate events to climate change is incontrovertible