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Eco India - Hindi - Season 1

Value of Environment

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CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

The pandemic has changed the world as we know it. Will we be more conscious about our environment and the way we use resources now?

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Rethinking Farming
26:03

Rethinking Farming

The food we grow comes from the 2.5 billion farmers around the world who brave droughts and floods, depleting arable land, and unequal land distribution. Today, lets look at why the practice of farming - today, and of the future - needs a serious rethink.

Rising Sea Levels
26:02

Rising Sea Levels

In Mumbai extremely hot summers, and aggressive monsoons and the floods that accompany it - bring life to a halt on many occasions. But this coastal metropolis now has another massive problem to deal with - Rising Sea Levels. Climate change is making the already vulnerable city, more vulnerable.

Power to the People
26:06

Power to the People

We’ve often shown you stories of changemakers inspiring the people around them to be the change they want to see in the world. They’ve made a difference for the better - to the everyday lives of people, and to the environment. Today on Eco India, we’ll dig deeper into how movements come together, and why big change occurs when the power is in the hands of the people.

Food Waste
26:05

Food Waste

Every minute, we produce and process huge amounts of food - around the planet. And to make sure it reaches you - this produce is transported by ships and trucks from one part of the world to the other. But nearly a billion people go hungry every night. Food waste is one of the most important reasons for the hunger in the world.

Sustainable Living
26:05

Sustainable Living

The world’s growing population uses more and more resources everyday - and our lifestyles are becoming costly for the environment we live in. What does it mean to live sustainably in such a scenario - does it mean living a life of lack? Well, it’s actually the opposite.

Textiles
26:02

Textiles

Textiles - how wide and deep their impact is on the environment, and what you can do change that.

WATER
26:05

WATER

Water is a basic human need - but with potable water depleting every day, it is also becoming a part of big business. Bottled water, chemical filters, water purifiers are a part of every jargon in many parts of the world. How can we take care of water better, and use it sustainably so that generations to come don’t lose access to it?

Forests
26:05

Forests

Forests are the lungs of the earth - we can’t really afford to live life without healthy forests. But every year, 8.8 million hectares of forests are being destroyed - making way for every imaginable human activity - from palm oil plantations and soy fields, to roads, to amusement parks, to parking lots.

Waste
26:05

Waste

The world generates more than two billion tonnes of garbage annually. According to the World Bank, at least 33 of this is not managed in an environmentally-safe manner. And these growing piles of garbage not only pose a serious threat to the environment, but endanger human health worldwide.

Re-use plants
26:06

Re-use plants

Plants. And how they can be reused to offset the effects of harmful materials on our

Traditions
26:04

Traditions

The forgotten power of traditional knowledge. Take traditional farming practices, for example - they promoted biodiversity and defied climate change for hundreds of years.

Vulnerable coasts
26:06

Vulnerable coasts

Some of the most fragile ecosystems around the world are found where the ocean meets the land. And no matter how fast the world manages to curb its carbon emissions, sea-levels are going to rise - and 300 million people will be at risk of flooding by 2050.

COP 25
26:04

COP 25

Many discussions take place at different levels of the society to address exactly this - high level meetings and international climate conferences are held every year with representatives from most countries.

Early Climate Adapters
26:05

Early Climate Adapters

Life itself arose from water - It is where the essential building blocks were formed over millennia. It took thousands of years for aquatic animals and plants to make the transition onto land.

Clean Air
26:05

Clean Air

Half of the oxygen on earth is produced by trees. They use energy from sunlight to make glucose from carbon dioxide and water.

Man made Oasis
26:01

Man made Oasis

A habitat in the middle of an unliveable place. Whether it is a green lush oasis in the desert or the idea of a human settlement on the cold, dry, red Mars. Humans always try to transform inhospitable lansdcapes into vivid places.

Living from the Sea
26:04

Living from the Sea

Our love for the fish on our plate, and other seafood - is causing great harm and an imbalance to the marine ecosystem worldwide. How can we preserve our oceans and, even our rivers so that they continue to remain a living space?

Consumption
26:05

Consumption

Sustainable Consumption can be the solution. But how does that work? We show you some examples.

Keep the Valuable
26:06

Keep the Valuable

Nutrient rich soil, plentiful sun and water and many weeks or even months of careful work. A lot is needed to grow corn, rice or

Education 2
26:05

Education 2

Unspoilt world in the middle of the amazon rainforest

Co2
26:05

Co2

Forests rich with trees, large swamplands, and the expansive sea bed - are all, believe it or not, the biggest repositories of carbon dioxide on our planet.

Urbanization
26:04

Urbanization

Rapid urbanization comes with serious challenges. The demand for jobs, food, housing or education facilities will increase significantly resulting in a growing need to optimise the use of available space in cities and to find eco-friendly construction options.

Role Of Women In Society
26:07

Role Of Women In Society

A special episode of Eco India to mark Womens Day March 8. Throughout history, the central role of women in society has ensured its stability, progress and long-term development of nations. But their own needs are not always met.

Change Through Technology
26:05

Change Through Technology

In many societies, high-tech is replacing industrialization as a driver of change. Can it reverse the negative effects of modern living on our planet and help us to a more sustainable way of life? Change through technology, our focus this week.

Green Economy
26:06

Green Economy

Can economic progress happen in harmony with the environment? Perhaps they dont have to be enemies after all. This week Eco India looks at green solutions for progess.

Value of Environment
28:56

Value of Environment

The pandemic has changed the world as we know it. Will we be more conscious about our environment and the way we use resources now?

Wild Animals And Humans
28:21

Wild Animals And Humans

Wild animals and humans: it can be a symbiotic relationship. But during the coronavirus pandemic weve also learned that being close to each other can be dangerous.

Green Mobility
26:07

Green Mobility

Staying at home during the corona crisis has meant using less transport, less air pollution, less stress. But how can we make mobility green and sustainable once we are moving again?

FOOD
26:06

FOOD

Food is essential to life. Across the globe, people are seeking food security – by both looking to the past to see how our ancestors found the nourishment they needed and finding new solutions for the future.

Support The Locals
26:05

Support The Locals

Support the locals - thats the topic of this weeks Eco India. Climate change is threatening apple farmers in India and coal mining is destroying landscapes in Germany. But if the locals get support there is hope too.

Every Day Things
26:06

Every Day Things

Even in our everyday lives, there are many ways we can support sustainability. On the latest edition of Eco India we explore how we can make small changes to our habits that have a big effect on the environment.

Safe Haven
26:05

Safe Haven

All living things need a refuge, where they’re protected from the outside world. Refuges help humans cope with everyday life, and they also help increase biodiversity in the plant and animal kingdoms. Safe havens - the topic of this week’s episode.

Education
26:03

Education

Education helps connect us to the world around us and better understand the way it works. This weeks Eco India looks at how education can help us keep moving to a greener future

Textile Production
26:07

Textile Production

Textile production impacts the environment in many ways – whether its the vast amount of water used to grow cotton, or the chemical pesticides used to protect plants. So how can the textile industry become more sustainable?

New Beginnings
26:06

New Beginnings

The motto of this weeks Eco India is new beginnings: new ways of taking care of livestock and earning money with cow dung a restricted military area bursting with new life, and rescued elephants given a second chance.

Good Conscience
26:06

Good Conscience

The motto of this weeks Eco India is good conscience: how we pursue sustainable living as a conscious decision by using solar energy or celebrating in an eco-friendly manner. Also. looking after orangutans in a jungle school.

Digital Economy
26:00

Digital Economy

Apps, virtual reality and the digital economy can bring people and nature back together. Eco India shows initiatives and solutions where technology has a green impact.

Climate Change
26:00

Climate Change

Climate change and other environmental issues – problems so huge, they almost seem impossible to fix ourselves. But there are things we can do individually to help protect the environment. Eco India explores.

Nature Friendly Livelihood
25:53

Nature Friendly Livelihood

Creating a nature friendly livelihood together - the motto of this weeks Eco India: A lot can be achieved in the community inspired by an innovative idea generator. Installing a community composting system or working on the big goal of circular economy.

Green Money
26:01

Green Money

Money is what makes the world go round, or so they say. But it is also often behind the destruction of nature and the planets wildlife. What if we could change that? Eco India takes a look.