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What’s wrong with the trees of Lutyens’ Delhi?
Can we afford to go on watering the evergreen trees the British chose for Lutyens’ Delhi?
Landless tribes fulfill nutritient needs by growing vegetables in bags
Bori bagicha, which means garden-in-a-bag, was initiated as the villagers do not own land where they can grow vegetables
Restoring lakes not an engineering task: How some communities did the job
Local bodies and activists are coming together to deal with lake pollution, de-silting, encroachment
Rajasthan tribals’ struggle for indigenous practices highlighted at U.N. event
The tribal communities in Banswara, Dungarpur and Udaipur districts earlier had a (sustainable) forest resource-based livelihood
Dewlieh Community: Revival of Millet Cultivation
It made them go back to their roots, to consuming indigenous foods which are healthy; and now they depend less on the market
तालाबंदी में जंगल से आती है भोजन की थाली (in Hindi)
कोविद के समय जब बाजार बंद हो गए तब जंगल ने दिया खाना और पोषण। जंगल हैं आत्मनिर्भरता के प्रतीक
The Story of Baiga Women of Kutelidadar
Addressing their ‘darr (fear)’ of dealing with state agencies, a group of Baiga women tackled their water scarcity problem
Emergence of small-scale cold-pressed oil units in Tamil Nadu, a welcome change for the local food systems
Autonomous emergence of small scale cold-pressing oil units to meet local demand for healthy cooking oils offers hope
Odisha set to introduce locally produced millets into ICDS, PDS
Keonjhar district (Odisha) is introducing locally grown ragi (millet) as part of the pre-school meal from July 2020 onwards.