Dialogue on Rights of Rivers (Report and annexures)
Conversations, sharing resources, collective strategizing and planning, and collaborative work on realising effective rights of rivers has begun.
Ecotourism in Uttarakhand: pioneer Manohar Singh Manral (conversation in Hindi)
लोग सोचें कि जंगली जानवर मेरे ही खेत में आ जाएं !
हरवलेला रास्ता (in Marathi)
सुप्रीम कोर्टाने हा रस्ता वैज्ञानिक आधाराचा अभाव असलेला व पूर्णतः धोकादायक असल्याचा निवाडा दिला
Sustaining a river through young minds
A dying river is sought to be conserved by ensuring a steady stream of young, local foot soldiers involved in her protection.
Community-based Tourism in Pawalgarh
Ecotourism leads the way for conservation and better livelihood opportunities for local youth
Should Rights for Rivers Be on the Agenda for the 2019 Elections?
While acknowledging that recognising the rights of rivers is necessary, would it also be sufficient to bring about the ethics of caring for them?
For Flowing Rivers: A Prelude
The campaign has come as a lesson on the strength of combined effort: several NGO partners, grassroots groups, and the Forest Department.
Chennai’s complicated relationship with its dying rivers, as chronicled by artists
“This kind of art can make people come to the river, not take it to be just a dirty river but something that you would want to come and see. "