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Technology means doctors are able to carry out online consultations with people in India, to take the strain off the workforce and offer support through COVID-19.
Carsharing is an effective way to reduce carbon emissions, as fewer cars are on the road, which has the added bonus of reducing traffic and further carbon.
The inspiring work of social entrepreneurs during India's second COVID-19 wave shows us how a radical new mindset is needed to drive transformative change.
Molecular engineer David Fairen-Jimenez explains how scientists are looking at an alternative way of 'making' oxygen using concentrators to remove nitrogen.
Social entrepreneurs are stepping up to help those most vulnerable to the health and economic effects of India's second wave of the COVID-19 crisis.
Indian start-up Noora Health is using tech to help family members gain the necessary skills to help care for loved-ones with COVID-19.
India is seeing over 300,000 new COVID cases a day. Rajib Dasgupta, from Jawaharlal Nehru University explains why new variants are likely behind the spike.
The Medicine from the Sky Project will launch drone delivery pilots in the next few months to bring vaccines to India's more remote populations.
Urgent supplies, including oxygen concentrators and ventilators, have been sent to India from Britain, France and other countries.
Climate change is making work for India's seaweed divers increasingly difficult, through rising sea levels and stronger currents.
Santipada Gon Chaudhuri has dedicated his career to bringing solar power to people in impoverished communities in India, earning him the title "Solar Man".
A new COVID-19 variant that emerged in India called B1617 has become a cause of concern over fears it's more contagious and may reduce vaccine efficacy.
The pandemic revealed the depths of India's dependency on slum-dwellers working in the informal economy – but the country has so far failed to improve life for them
The Indian city of Ranchi is home to the 'har shanviar, no car' (every Saturday, no car) campaign, which hopes to encourage locals to ditch their cars on Saturdays.
Air conditioning usage is rising as the planet warms and economies and populations of the hottest regions are growing. An expert explains what it means.