Author: Jyotika Bindra

Jyotika is a writer based in New Delhi. Prior to Climate & Capital Media, she was the fashion manager at her family’s bespoke fashion business, where in addition to her other responsibilities she worked on improving textile sourcing from local artisans to encourage grassroots production, as well as conducting sustainability workshops with employees regarding the eco-friendly disposal of fashion materials. Previously, she worked as a lab manager at a Harvard University Psychology Lab.

A chat with Karana, Singapore’s first whole-plant based meat brand

A chat with Karana, Singapore’s first whole-plant based meat brand

Omnivore: The venture startup connecting investors and farmers in India

Omnivore: The venture startup connecting investors and farmers in India

Heat wave thaws Siberia’s tundra, then sets it ablaze

Heat wave thaws Siberia’s tundra, then sets it ablaze

New studies show climate change is ravaging forests

New studies show climate change is ravaging forests

Wake up, people! There is no planet B.

Wake up, people! There is no planet B.

India’s ReNew Power seeks the Holy Grail of green energy

India’s ReNew Power seeks the Holy Grail of green energy

‘Godzilla’ Saharan dust cloud drifts toward U.S. 

‘Godzilla’ Saharan dust cloud drifts toward U.S. 

Climate change linked to pregnancy risks. Black women most affected. 

Climate change linked to pregnancy risks. Black women most affected. 

Ancient lake in India mysteriously turns pink, baffling scientists

Ancient lake in India mysteriously turns pink, baffling scientists

U.S. Army proposes $4.6 billion wall to protect Miami from rising seas

U.S. Army proposes $4.6 billion wall to protect Miami from rising seas

Algae is blooming across the fast-thawing Antarctic

Algae is blooming across the fast-thawing Antarctic

Climate change increases cancer risk

Climate change increases cancer risk

Blizzard of locusts ravages crops across India

Blizzard of locusts ravages crops across India

April meltdown: Arctic temperatures soared to 20 degrees higher than usual

April meltdown: Arctic temperatures soared to 20 degrees higher than usual

Second worst drought in 1200 years coming to southwestern U.S.

Second worst drought in 1200 years coming to southwestern U.S.

Saharan dust causes scorching heat wave in Turkey 

Saharan dust causes scorching heat wave in Turkey 

Scientists link climate change and cyclones

Scientists link climate change and cyclones