Cross-border environmentalism and the future of South Asia
"When will New Delhi rise to connect the dots between representative democracy and ecological sanity?"
A rice, lost and found
The rice, endemic to Kerala, adapted to the salinity of the coastal areas. To survive the tides the plant grew taller - to 1.5 meters.
Residents 'Adopt' Vitthalwadi River Stretch, Hyacinth Cleared
Alternate layers of dry leaves (from the city) and aquatic plants from a one-km stretch of the Mutha river are layered on the banks and composted.
जल, थल और मल (in Hindi)
नए तरह के शौचालय में मल और मूत्र दो अलग-अलग खानों में जाते हैं, जहां इऩ्हें सडा कर खाद बनाया जाता है।
Remembering Dhrubajyoti Ghosh…
... a storehouse of ecological thinking and an ethical anchor that is rarely found in South Asia’s environmental landscape.
Bridging urban-rural divide
Cooperative initiatives that involve urban and rural people to solve problems of villages as well as cities, help to bridge the rural-urban divide
Floating gardens for the landless
Bamboo beds with layers of dried water hyacinth, silt, vermicompost and farm yard manure, dry leaves of leguminous plants, etc. float on the water...
Dhrubajyoti Ghosh: The Intrepid Ecologist and his ‘laboratory of survival’
“We count the number of millionaires, but not the millions of pickers who are active in our nation’s backyards.”
An Incredible Story of a Family That Made a Forest, an Eco-Village and Lives Medicine-Free
Going back to nature also means giving up the illogical ways of modern medicine, for Dr Pravin Chordia.