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.
Gross family happiness, the farm living way
I started feeling that my economic needs (including my wants and desires) are not unlimited.
India Wants Manufacturers To Manage Plastic Waste. Here’s How Proposed Rules Fall Short
“The targets should instead aim at reducing the production of single-use plastics, and not be linked to recovery and disposal...”
खेती सुधार अधिनियम २०२० (in Hindi)
किसानों को कैसे बचाया जा सकता है? कृषि उत्पादों के लिए एमआरपी जैसी कम से कम कीमतें जारी करने के जरिये?
She sells cow dung products but not milk to save India’s desi cows
Burning of cow dung logs is much less polluting than burning wood.
Lady of the lakes: Meet this 19-year-old eco-warrior, app developer who aims to end water pollution
Using the lockdown time to analyse the 1,800 data points about water from their locality that students shared ...
THE ‘ECOPOLITICAL’ IMPERATIVE AND THE JANTA PARLIAMENT
the imperative of bringing the ecological question on to the centre-stage of politics
Revive springs for water security in Mizoram
The programme has worked to align construction of conservation structures with welfare schemes such as MGNREGA and NRDWP.