The Emperor Has No Clothes: Hacking The Education System Fellowship
A little Indianized adaptation of The Animal School: A Fable by George Reavis, a school superintendent, from the 1940s
When cities were Nature’s haven: a tale from Bangalore
When Bangalore shattered its local loop of dependence by importing water, people forgot the importance of their local sources of water.
Sustainable Solutions for the Urban Environment
Reduce resource use and change lifestyles to ensure that the use of all resources is within the sustainable limits of natural ecosystems.
A New System to Harness Energy from the Ocean
Introducing an alternative power generation system which will work 365 days a year at over 80% of installed capacity.
Foul air: Thermal power more to blame than crackers
The Thermal Power Plant rules could become an arena of progressive policy-making where the courts and government work together to tackle pollution.
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.
Listen, the revolution blooms in silence
A timely and evocative missive from a monthly workers’ newspaper distributed widely in the industrial belt around Delhi.
Summary of RIVERS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: WE ARE THE RIVER, THE RIVER IS US?
The significance of the Uttarakhand High Court's judgment declaring that the Ganga and Yamuna rivers are separate legal entities with specific rights
On Being Human in a More-Than-Human World
When we celebrate other beings and elements that exceed our exclusively human concerns, then—paradoxically—we epitomize our humanity.