Understanding ‘Bait’: Stories from the Alpine Pastures of Jammu and Kashmir

The popularity of Bait (बैत) (traditional music) is significant due to the presence and visibility of Gojri language in public spaces.

Something Is Wrong With the Language of Climate Change

There is little room to understand what really is at stake: the fate of humanity and several other species.

Community Forest Rights & The Pandemic: Gram Sabhas Lead the Way!

Empowerment of villagers to govern and manage local natural resources can sustain economies!

Reimagining Wellbeing: Villages opening spaces for Self-Governance

resisting mining ... and moving towards social, political, economic and ecological transformation

Elephants at the Door, Masks at the Market

The health of every single living creature on the planet becomes vital to the survival of human beings or The forest must be preserved for the an...

How a restoration project in Karnataka is helping revive ecology, community livelihood

... a powerful livelihood alternative, a win-win for the forest-dependent communities and the ecology of the area

Landless tribes fulfill nutritient needs by growing vegetables in bags

Bori bagicha, which means garden-in-a-bag, was initiated as the villagers do not own land where they can grow vegetables

Young activist aims to bring India's tribal wisdom to the climate fight

Her strong work in advocacy and research, promoting the traditional knowledge and cultural practices of indigenous communities.

How self-help groups in rural Odisha helped both farmers and consumers during lockdown

As the lockdown is relaxed, in Kalimela some seven or eight rickshaws still operate, showing the sustainability of the model.

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