The Handmade Symposium
Part of the shift towards lesser dependence on machine technology - a planned, self-motivated and civilized way of rebuilding the current system.
Native cows steal show at Pollachi cattle fair
More than 500 head of cattle, all native breeds, competed in various categories.
Mangalore University to go green
The pilot will result in an annual saving of around Rs 1.5 crore
With zero-cost methods, this 68-year-old scientist is fighting farmer suicides in Vidarbha
Only the locally available seeds, local breed of the cow and local soil can make such farming a self-sustainable, no-additional-cost method.
Slow food festival held in Kotagiri
Tribal groups brought tubers, greens, millets and even milk from indigenous cattle that have been used by them for many generations.
Avoiding Airpocalypse: It's Time to Move Beyond Quick Fixes and Tackle the Root Cause of Crisis
The fixation on economic growth indicators has blinded our decision-makers to the enormous social and ecological damage such growth causes.
Pomfret in October, mackerel in March
A voluntary effort that targets urban fish eaters provides fish choices based on compilation of decades of marine research
Indigenous Seed, Food and Biodiversity Fair - 2017
Protection and Conservation of Culture is necessary for Poison-free Farming, Self-resilient Farmers and Building Prosperous Village
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’