Adeela Hameed

This Earth Hour, Nature Healed

This Earth Hour, Nature Healed

Kingdoms are established and vanquished, thrones overthrown and political regimes rise to fall. In all this, one nation remains unaffected. A nation bound by aspects much more important than sentimental power. A community that has survived ages of cold and drought and has pioneered to flourish even after devastation. This little yet humongous utilitarian reserve […]

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Adopt #talsagharreybehtav*

Adopt #talsagharreybehtav*

Spring has arrived. Bestowing the much needed change, it has enveloped Kashmir in splendid vibrancy. We notice chinars dazzling, willows dipping branches in green, and the grass restored to its much awaited freshness. Once again, wastelands are replaced by meadows. This sounth (spring), as well, Kashmir continues to bathe in the glory of everything pure […]

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“WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE”

“WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE”

WORLD WATER DAY 2020

On this World Water Day, as countries gather and pledge, yet again, to protect water resources and understand the impact of climate change on water reservoirs, taking a road closer home, Adeela Hameed from Kashmir Images interacts with a renowned Kashmiri scientist to know more about the Valley’s freshwater reserves, climate change (CC) effects, and […]

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When You Mess With Nature, It Messes Back

When You Mess With Nature, It Messes Back

Coronavirus lockdowns all over the globe have made people question life, their survival, and the future that will be, after the dust has settled. However, just being in self-imposed quarantines will not help reduce more potential outbreaks, possibly by other similar or different strains of virus. What we are doing right now is adapting to […]

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The Unprecedented Irony of Food Scarcity and Growing Agriculture

The Unprecedented Irony of Food Scarcity and Growing Agriculture

Food is classified into various categories based on the type of nutrition it provides. As for human health, daily intake of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, roughages/fibres in a well-balanced quantity is must. Deficiency of any of the mentioned nutrients might lead to diseases like scurvy, kwashiorkor, and marasmus, to name a few. As for […]

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The Harsh Truth About Disposables

The Harsh Truth About Disposables

Globally, 300 million tons of plastic are produced roughly each year and half of these are disposable! Only 10-13% of plastic items are recycled. Nature of petroleum based disposable plastic makes it hard to recycle so new virgin materials and chemicals are added to it for the purpose of recycling. Also, there are a restricted […]

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What Was Lost, What Survived

What Was Lost, What Survived

Descent of humans began Never to truly regain When forests were still lush, creamy and bold When rivers spewed forth wherever they scrolled Wild, full of luster, sprouted roots Diversity was persistent, creating fruits. Divulging in greed, cacophonous in approach Man assembled everyone by their throat Disregarding all, putting in his speed He felled trees, […]

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On environment

On environment

Novel Food Practices and the Environment

Food is an essential requirement. We all agree on this. Food is the source of our energy. Having a good meal is scientifically proven to combat stress, anger, and disease. It provides nutrition, increases productivity, steers one away from bad habits, instilling peace and security. It also has the ability to remove unfamiliarity amongst strangers. […]

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The Law of Our Land!

The Law of Our Land!

Similar to the law of Nature is the law of the land. It governs all, proud and humble, undisputed. So for a caravan to survive, all it has to do is follow some simple rules. These rules are laid down after careful examination of every aspect related to each community of the land. When the […]

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Carbon Footprint of Meat Industries

Carbon Footprint of Meat Industries

Food-print, or food’s carbon footprint, is the GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions produced by growing, rearing, farming, processing, transporting, storing, cooking and disposing food we eat.Transport, food and housing have the three largest carbon footprints. Food produces nearly 8 tons of emissions per household, or about 17%.Meat, cheese and eggs have the highest footprint but fruits, […]