Sustainability is a breeze
Residents of a Kottayam town have turned a dumpyard into a roadside rural foodcourt
Sherdukpen: finding a recipe to fit the future
Enthusiastic bands of young people from this small tribal community in Arunachal Pradesh are trying to ind their future to their traditional roots
Is Responsible Tourism an Oxymoron?
Tourism policy in India is increasingly realizing the potential and need for genuinely community-run, ecologically sensitive visitation.
Can Environment and Development go together?
Are there alternative ways of meeting human needs and aspirations, without trashing the earth and without leaving half of humanity behind?
My new attitude to travel is to skip the iconic – and I thank my father for that
My father, the reluctant traveller, has shown me that what matters is only doing the things you are genuinely interested in.
Despair and hope on the Roof of the World
Ladakhis are working quietly towards sustaining, reviving and reconstructing society in ways that could bring back some harmony between humans and ...
Where tigers, tribes coexist
Tribespeople who were forced forgo other means of livelihood after the sanctuary became a tiger reserve are now employed as tourist guides, forest ...
The Devalsari Story Unfolds
... to provide an alternate livelihood, in order to incentivize conservation of flora and fauna, is at the heart of the strategy!
Experiencing the Banni through Hodka
Shaam-e-Sarhad is a small enterprise, promoting niche tourism as opposed to mass tourism that focuses on the heritage of the Banni area.