Direct selling, adivasi style
The weekly Bissamcuttack market, nurturing the area’s ecologically-attuned agricultural traditions, forges a connection between consumers and farmers
The Neoliberalisation of Education and its Alternatives
A space free from school pressure, expectations to ‘perform well,’ need to permanently prove one’s ‘knowledge’ and free from teachers
Seeds of diversity, resilience and freedom
Saving, growing and eating desi seeds have become a political, social, economic, ecological, health and scientific imperative.
Yatra to highlight tribal way of agriculture
Minor foodgrains such as kuri, kodra, bati, baota, kang, cheena, hama, hamli and gujro have a better nutritional value than wheat.
Therapy for India's distressed farmers
For many farmers, sharing and ventilating their toxic and morbid thoughts was cathartic.
More CO2 In The Atmosphere Produces Food Crops Shorn Of Essential Nutrients
“The consumption of millets is lower down on the agenda of policy makers as well as the community... need campaigns to popularise millets again."
How a village in Phek dist. revived millets and became gender wise
Like millets and paddy, men and women should work and produce together.
When Money Does Grow on Trees
Gauging the economic value of an ecosystem can save it from degradation. But proper yardsticks need to be used without getting carried away by numb...
A Panel Discussion on 'Wastewater: a curse or an untapped resource?'
Wastewater recycling can address the twin problems of water pollution and scarcity in the city.