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.
Toilets for all? May be a crappy idea
With only half our population having toilets, our rivers have turned into large sewers
Sustainability from the Global South
Educators must share how communities in the developing world manage environmental change — a Western bias limits progress, argues Harini Nagendra.
ACT one: Anti-dam, pro-people
"... We should also start coming up with new ideas, showing alternatives (to livelihood).”
T.M. Krishna’s Song in Solidarity with Chennai’s Endangered Creek
For the first time ever, a matter of public concern has been rendered in Carnatic music.
Knowing our rivers better before changing them
"We need to establish river monitoring systems, sharing data with scientists, farmers and fisherfolk to understand the dynamics of our river systems."
What does rights of rivers mean?
This would require challenging government agencies, international “development” views and re-thinking the basic ethics of our societies.
बुंदेलखंड की बंडई नदी का पुनरुज्जीवन - सफलता की कहानी (in Hindi)
बंदई नदी का जल अब क्षेत्र के ५० गावों का जीवन बन चूका है
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