Life of Pi-yush- 21st Century activist, Salem

By Adil Basha on Feb. 27, 2014 in Environment and Ecology

What does it mean to be responsible? Who and what are we responsible for? Are we only responsible for ourselves? Our family? Our Community? What about the mountains, the rivers, and the land? Who takes responsibility for them? Read what Adil Basha has to say about Piyush Sethia, a young 21st century activitist...

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First Published in Eternal Bhoomi July - September 2013



Story Tags: salem, Tamil Nadu, Piyush Sethia, Restoration, community, bio-gas, horticulture, sustainability, learning, activist

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