Should Rights for Rivers Be on the Agenda for the 2019 Elections?
While acknowledging that recognising the rights of rivers is necessary, would it also be sufficient to bring about the ethics of caring for them?
'Phasepardhi's and the Lesser Florican
A hunting tribe is now protecting birds, regenerating grasslands and ensuring dignified livelihoods for themselves
From This Wounded Forest: A Dispatch
... I’m preparing myself to dismantle the machine, and the system that supports it, before it devours the planet, my home.
For Flowing Rivers: A Prelude
The campaign has come as a lesson on the strength of combined effort: several NGO partners, grassroots groups, and the Forest Department.
Preparing ourselves for a future when the children want one...
My young friend, we have learnt a few deep lessons for tomorrow ... we will join you and share with you these lessons.
Chennai’s complicated relationship with its dying rivers, as chronicled by artists
“This kind of art can make people come to the river, not take it to be just a dirty river but something that you would want to come and see. "
Community-based ecotourism in Ladakh promotes positive perceptions of snow leopards
Snow leopards control the population of mountain sheep and goats, preventing overgrazing and consequently enabling water retention
Bhimashankar Tribes Take Destiny in Hand
Empowered local villagers are curbing hunting and tree cutting, protecting forest-grown vegetables and native trees and their seeds
A warning note
A song that is an ultimatum to the authorities that the community will protect what is rightfully theirs