Delhi's social Butterflies: Why the city's citizen scientists are counting butterflies in crowded residential areas
They flutter like eyelashes, dip like fish, or float languidly in an undulating rhythm that is mesmerising to watch, like ripples on a lake.
We are what we eat!
“The uncultivated food plants are voluntary plants. The rural poor who understand their benefits the best refuse to call them 'weeds'”
Re-reading Tagore to Become Human
"... we are all willing to pay a premium to experience natural surroundings which offer nutriment to the soul"
A Village Where Farmers Adopt And Nurture Rare Birds Even If They Harm The Crops!
These villagers have happily adopted the birds. That is why, gradually, this place has become a hub of rare migratory birds.
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!
உயிரைக் கண்டுபிடித்த குழந்தைகள் (in Tamil)
புவிதம் - இந்த பூமியின் மீதும், எதிர்கால மனிதத்தின் மீதும், எல்லா உயிர்கள் மீதும் அக்கறைகொண்ட பள்ளிகளில் ஒன்று.
In a Pickle
amla (wild and cultivated gooseberry), star gooseberry, hog plum (amtekai), kokam , ginger, star fruit ( carambola), bamboo shoot, pepper, tamarind...
Summary of RIVERS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: WE ARE THE RIVER, THE RIVER IS US?
The significance of the Uttarakhand High Court's judgment declaring that the Ganga and Yamuna rivers are separate legal entities with specific rights
Rivers and Human Rights: We are the River, the River is Us?
What does it mean for a river to have rights? What are the implications for the rivers, those living in/on/along them, and for the rest of nature?