The Dafaalis of Pithoragarh: a young tribe of nature-loving wanderers
By volunteering with the Harela Society, Pithoragarh youth have found different ways to make the conservation of nature a part of their daily lives.
People had more than enough things to spare and these items could find a new life - an excellent channel for reuse and recycle.
Unique school in Assam accepts plastic waste as school fees!
... to create a curriculum that would fit the students’ aspirations, enabling them and their families to build a better tomorrow.
This 26-year-old is cleaning up Andamans, one beach at a time
Having put up waste segregation posters all over the island, she plans to now put them up on every auto and cab to sensitize tourists.
New and Useful from the Old and Useless
The weavers use about 5 kilos of the fabric extracted from old clothes to create a bedcover or other article
Pride of Place
The transformation of a waste-picker's dark and ill-ventilated house into a bright, airy and safe home.
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.