Biodiversity plans go to the grassroots
Local bodies in Kerala will soon have a key role in biodiversity management.
Why Storytelling Traditions Remain Relevant Today
Stories have always been important in human history, but we are losing systems that wove and passed on these stories, and even tongues that held them
Why our bias against oral cultures insults India's rich linguistic heritage
As a nation, we must focus more on language diversity rather than obsessing over language divides.
Youth can play a significant role in solving farm crisis, says Kavitha Kuruganti
'... I will support the farmer in my own interest as well as because I think he (she) will stand a better chance'.
It is hard to Understand What is Private and What is Common
Adivasi Food Festival-2017 was a celebration of a tradition that has seen many a loss but still has refused to succumb to misfortune
Scholar GN Devy's Life's Work Is The Best Reply To Those Rallying For One National Language
"As we become digitally empowered, there's a real danger of a section of people becoming digitally marginalised," he said.
Go organic to beat drought, says seed reviver
"Farmers need spend only a little on input costs and can get good returns on their investment if they grew traditional varieties of paddy"
To beat the drought, women farmers of Anantapur have entered the millet revolution in Andhra
With government support, they are now falling back to their traditional farming practices for a better living.
Saving the sholas: To overcome drought, Nilgiris’ forest communities return to traditional wisdom
The drought has provided the trigger for people to think and act to conserve the shola-grassland ecosystem, and some of the water sources.