The last straw that triggered the battle against plastic
Restaurants and bars in Mumbai decided to stop giving their customers straws with their drinks or to offer them paper straws.
The Music of Everything
I would ask the twelve-year-olds to come back (from forest walks) with a call, or a sound, and we would do a round of grunts, cheepings and squawks.
Once homeless, Mumbai heroes revolutionise shoe industry
Two young men launch a company that wants to ensure that no Indian walks barefoot
This Couple’s Quest for Natural Living Has Resulted in a Mini Forest and an Energy Efficient Home
The house had to be energy efficient, deeply connected to nature and sustainable.
टाकाऊ वस्तूंमधून फर्निचरची निर्मिती (in Marathi)
गाड्यांच्या बाद झालेल्या टायरांपासून टिकाऊ फऱ्निचरची निऱ्मिती करणाऱ्या अनू टंडन वियेरं ह्यांच्याविषयीचा लेख
Is Responsible Tourism an Oxymoron?
Tourism policy in India is increasingly realizing the potential and need for genuinely community-run, ecologically sensitive visitation.
From experiment to craft to industry: Upcycling India’s household waste
Egg crate forms were crafted into small decorative flowers and converted into lights for festivals, generating income for trained, underprivileged ...
The Green Life
At Sadhana Forest, on the outskirts of Auroville, a community plants trees and lives in rhythm with nature.
Paaduks: Shoes with soul
Inspired by an article that spoke of the possibility of using waste tyres as soles for shoes, the team dove into exploring this idea