What you can repair is what you own
The right to enjoy, manage and alienate his belonging, be it movable or immovable - ‘If you can’t fix it, you don’t own it.’
The Indian school where students pay for lessons with plastic waste
Students collect over 10,000 pieces of plastic each month and transform them into eco-bricks for construction.
A group of women protect Sindhudurg’s mangroves through ecotourism
Demonstrating a model of mangrove ecotourism, they have also encouraged other groups of women to adopt similar ventures.
Goonj Initiative Helps Bihar Villagers Build Bamboo Bridge Amid Floods
With 250 pieces of bamboo sticks, the determined locals toiled for five days to build a 400-metre-long and 1.5-metre-wide bridge.
Handmade collective goes online
... to help farmers, weavers, spinners and dyers, who are all part of the cotton value chain and were affected by the pandemic
Lessons on coexistence with the environment from two tribal districts in Odisha
Over 60 varieties of crops, including paddy, millets, legumes, leaves, tubers and vegetables are grown during a season in a phased manner
देसी बीजों की खेती ने भूख से बचाया (in Hindi)
तालाबंदी के कारण जब बाजार बंद थे, रोजगार और पैसों का अभाव था, तब उनको पौष्टिक अनाज व सब्जी बाड़ी से सब्जियां की कमी नहीं हुई।
Seed festivals put spotlight on conservation of indigenous seeds
Local and endemic crops that have evolved over time are a rich source of nutrition.
Young eco-crusaders across the country lend a refreshing rigour to the climate movement
It’s amazing that young ones are leading the climate movement now ... catalysed by hands-on environmental education by schools.