All diaper brands in India, Pampers, Huggies, Himalaya and Patanjali, have high phthalate levels according to an article in The Print.
I have written about the economic, social, and human need for India to increase its per capita consumption of energy. It’s the sad reality of today’s technologies and energy sources that much of that increase will come from coal fired thermal power plants.
Water security and food security are often the subject of my writing, and the emerging water crisis worries me. Check this out – https://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/40-of-indians-will-have-no-access-to-drinking-water-by-2030-niti-aayog-118062500074_1.html
The Niti Aayogs initiative to get the three wheeler and two wheeler industry to move to Electric Vehicles is a welcome one.
Urban educated Indians are a funny species. They say they are health conscious and worry about diet and exercise, but are happy to kill themselves with pollution. They protect their children from cold, heat, and dirty water, but are happy to stuff their young lungs with dirt, smoke, and dust.