Reviving Naulas, The Ancient Water Temples Of The Kumaon Himalayas
Naulas are fine examples of dry-masonry, stone architecture as well as the art and science of water purification
What cities must do to stay sustainable and resilient
Citizens’ campaigns in large cities are pushing their governments to bring together the questions of urban infrastructure, ecology and governance.
Delhi's social Butterflies: Why the city's citizen scientists are counting butterflies in crowded residential areas
They flutter like eyelashes, dip like fish, or float languidly in an undulating rhythm that is mesmerising to watch, like ripples on a lake.
While the World Fells Trees to Construct Buildings, Raipur Demolishes Buildings to Make a Forest
18 acres of land has been set apart to create an oxy-zone which will breathe out much-needed fresh air for this much polluted city
How Bidar beat back the drought
As Karnataka reels under drought, an academic is helping restore indigenous systems that were Bidar’s water lifeline 600 years ago.
At a school in Kanchipuram, teachers and students harvest manure from dry composting toilets, thus paying possibly the best tribute to Gandhi
Uralungal: India’s Oldest Worker Cooperative
This cooperative has pioneered democratic workplace organization and egalitarian redistribution, even in the context of a highly competitive sector.
Conservation: Lessons from ancient India
Ecologically safe engineering marvels of water conservation have existed in India for nearly 1,500 years, including bawaris
The Last Builder of Naulas in Chatola, Nainital
Constructing naulas, small structures that house springs in Uttarakhand, requires an intimate knowledge of many sciences.