India needs a rainbow recovery plan
... sustainable livelihoods, to be built on regenerating and safeguarding the soil, natural ecosystems, water, biological diversity, and air.
Stop messing with the environment and people’s rights!
There is serious inequality in who causes the problem and who is most badly affected, a situation of grave ecological injustice
Madhya Pradesh’s ‘fluoride warriors’ unleash citizen science to empower community
Getting citizens to be vigilant, contribute data and having students as data producers and messengers are excellent learnings
Mining conflict and transformative alternatives in Korchi
Communities in Korchi taluka of Gadchiroli district (Maharashtra) devise governance models to protect their forests and livelihoods.
‘A displaced marginal farmer from Karnataka is unlikely to be hired by Infosys’: P Sainath (in this Book Excerpt)
Traditional livelihoods can be made appealing/aspirational for the younger lot, when growth itself comes THROUGH JUSTICE.
Collective Dreaming: Democratic Visioning in the Vikalp Sangam Process
What is our vision of a better future? What are our answers to questions of poverty, hunger, energy insecurity, and other deprivations?
माणसं तोडत राहिलो तर चळवळी मोठ्या होणार कशा?- डाॅ.आ.ह.साळुंखे (in Marathi)
जो आपल्या विचारांचा नाही तो आपल्या विचारांचा व्हावा असे वाटत असेल तर त्यांच्याशी अत्यंत प्रेमाने संवाद साधत राहायला हवे.
Tharangini - The Oldest Surviving Hand-Block Printing Studio in Bangalore
Tharangini works towards sustainability of the environment. This is commendable and desirable in other garment and dyeing factories.
World Biodiversity Day: Why language should not be forgotten
“Tribal languages are a treasure trove of knowledge about a region’s flora, fauna and medicinal plants,"