To Respect Human Rights, The Government Should Strategise To Coexist First, Not To Evict
The Simlipal tiger reserve, Odisha, was one of the few of its kind that had recognised land and community forest rights.
Where blackbuck are dearer than sons
Some villagers think the animals increase productivity by grazing on their crops.
An ancient rainforest in Kerala teaches us what we’re losing out on in our lonely cities of concrete
Life here feels like a carnival, with ... zillions of creatures feeding.
How Thousands of Children in Pune Prevented Over 50 Tonnes of Plastic from Reaching the Sea
Most children, seeing images of marine life and birds choked to death on plastic, connect human practices and the destruction of creatures.
Knowing our rivers better before changing them
"We need to establish river monitoring systems, sharing data with scientists, farmers and fisherfolk to understand the dynamics of our river systems."
When cities were Nature’s haven: a tale from Bangalore
When Bangalore shattered its local loop of dependence by importing water, people forgot the importance of their local sources of water.
Avoiding Airpocalypse: It's Time to Move Beyond Quick Fixes and Tackle the Root Cause of Crisis
The fixation on economic growth indicators has blinded our decision-makers to the enormous social and ecological damage such growth causes.
This Hyderabad-based organisation has helped over 2.5 lakh farmers through permaculture
Aranya Agricultural Alternatives is striving to achieve ecological and sustainable agricultural livelihoods through permaculture farming.
How a Few Women Saved a Forest From Timber Mafia
Accompanied by just a dog for their safety, these determined women have been able to successfully conserve 50 hectares of forest land.