Kutch's Water Champions In The Making
Local youth, with some amount of training and support, can implement solutions for the community if they understand and manage local water problems.
How I became a bankrupt monk
‘The biggest realisation was that there was no isolated solution for any of the problems we face, because everything is connected’
Learning from the past: A new protocol for agricultural education and research in India
Our ancestors devised sophisticated, relatively sustainable systems finely tuned to the conditions of each region, and, indeed, each village.
‘We have more hardy, nutritious grains than GM can offer’
Debal Deb has conserved 1,200 climate resilient rice varieties. He speaks on the need to conserve traditional seeds and why we don’t need genetical...
Aesth-ethics: towards blending ecology, justice, and art
Art could become a significant medium for not only protest, but to explore the potential of visioning a different world, and a space for creation ...
How Her Travels and Experiences Inspired Backpacker Madhu Reddy to Become an Organic Farmer
Madhu Reddy talks about the journey that inspired her to return to her family farm and convert it into a chemical-free establishment.
Making Organic Produce Affordable
"A lot of our products are cheaper than the inorganic equivalent in supermarkets, since our overheads are low."
Organic farming gains ground in Sundargarh
About 2,000 hectares are under organic farming with a target to expand to more areas to get rid of ‘chemical farming’
Smart Water Management
The Centre needs to incentivise and facilitate state governments to move towards participatory irrigation management