Reviving Himalayan Springs essential for climate adaptation
Addressing forests-water-people-climate links wisely, comprehensively and expeditiously is crucial to our long-term wellbeing, if not survival.
Sunder Nursery in full bloom
Spaces for families to enjoy a picnic, soak in some culture at the amphitheatre, marvel at the flora and fauna and use for exercise.
What does rights of rivers mean?
This would require challenging government agencies, international “development” views and re-thinking the basic ethics of our societies.
Navadarshanam – An Example Of True Development Right Outside Bengaluru
Navadarshanam which has thrived for over 25 years now is a living proof that an alternate vision of development can be achieved.
Can the Ganga have human rights?
Can rivers not be recognised as having identity, worth, dignity, and rights as intrinsic qualities, not because they serve us?
In India's dry regions, crowd-funding comes to a lake's rescue
"De-silting Nilona would need huge amount of money, time and hard work. We needed a citizen movement,"
Barefoot hydrogeologists: The next generation
The time taken for villages in Nainital district, Uttarakhand to resolve their spring-related disputes has shrunk from two year to six months. Here...