Meet the young man who, in a small way, is doing more to save Delhi’s ecology than its politicians
The walk is conducted by the light of the full moon - people (experience) nature without ... even simple torches!
Toilets for all? May be a crappy idea
With only half our population having toilets, our rivers have turned into large sewers
India’s sustainable energy superheroes shine at the Ashden Awards
The Ashden Awards are a globally recognised measure of excellence in the field of sustainable energy and winners receive tailored support
Peeling away traditional Rajasthani cooking
On using peels, seeds, pits and even watermelon rinds to make dishes ranging from subzi (cooked vegetable) to fried snacks.
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.
This Indian student’s video on climate change won a global competition
Adarsh Prathap underlines the importance of mangroves and shows how their conservation can save thousands of lives
How Assam’s four ponds kept the city from sinking, till now
Guwahati can combat the urban flooding problem by urgently revitalizing these ponds along with hundreds of other ponds and channels.
A waste management model for small towns
Vengurla towns in coastal Maharashtra generates revenue out of waste - Rs 1.5 lakh /month from processing 7 tonnes waste generated per day.
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.