In this week’s article for Breathe Series, Kiran Manral digs into researches and studies which point to correlation between air pollution and rise in mental health issues.
If we are going to be women seizing the day, and holding up half the sky and promoting gender equality at the workspace, the first thing we need to be doing is to consciously and carefully learn to put ourselves first.
These findings have shaken up the traditional belief that the womb was a barrier to the toxic environment that we often live in.
Single use plastics are being increasingly recognised as the biggest cause of ocean pollution, killing marine life and entering the human food chain, proving to be detrimental to health and the cause of chronic diseases.
This fraying of the social fabric towards unapologetic rudeness seems to be universal, across countries, across continents. I wonder, are we irrefutably now in the Age of Rudeness.
Bengaluru showered loved and a packed house for the third edition of Women Writers’ Fest in the city.
To have a discourse on women writing women characters at the Women Writer’s Fest in Bengaluru, authors Preeti Shenoy, Shinie Antony and Andaleeb Wajid sit down with SheThePeople.TV Ideas Editor Kiran Manral.
This week in the Breathe series, Kiran Manral writes on how air pollution may lead to low birth weight and developmental delay among children.
What #SareeTwitter has done, is to renew my resolution to wear more sarees. The saree, I realize, is always more than just an everyday garment. A saree is an identity, a comfort, a statement, a growing into, writes Kiran Manral.
Environmental pollution can seem like an overwhelming challenge. So here’s a compilation of what you can do, as an individual, as a family, as a community, to tackle it and make an impact, no matter how small.
The water crisis many Indian cities are dealing with could be a direct result of the pollution of potential sources of potable water and a lack of control over the pollution.
An insidious way in which the landfill poisons the environment around is by the leaching of toxins. Leachate is produced when rainwater passes through the landfills, absorbs the toxic chemicals and passes into the ground and the groundwater.