Meet the young man who, in a small way, is doing more to save Delhi’s ecology than its politicians
The walk is conducted by the light of the full moon - people (experience) nature without ... even simple torches!
How Maharashtra, Gujarat, Bengaluru, Chennai are tackling water crisis
“There should be recharge plans at both the micro level in houses and the macro level led by the government in parks, roads and public buildings,”
A rice, lost and found
The rice, endemic to Kerala, adapted to the salinity of the coastal areas. To survive the tides the plant grew taller - to 1.5 meters.
More Questions Than Answers: Is There Indeed an Alternate Development Paradigm?
Answers need to be pursued to transition from a peripheral intellectual wishful debate to mainstream positive action on the ground.
The big bhungroo revolution
Capture rain water, thus freeing arable land from waterlogging while recharging groundwater to use for irrigation during the lean season.
Do the youth of the mountains matter?
The social aspirations of young people across caste, class and gender want a future that is socially and environmentally sustainable and also equal
Todas: The Naturalistic People
The values these people espouse are linked to the fact that their sacred homeland is now at the heart of India’s very first biosphere reserve.
A Tide Turns: Coastal Community resilience in the age of Climate Change
Exploring ecologically aligned and sustainable livelihoods can build community resilience, restore ecology and create responders to future disasters.
Vembanad’s fishing community protects their fish with sanctuaries
To protect the fish resources, the traditional fishing community of Vembanad Lake has started constructing fish sanctuaries in the lake