Perspectives

Policy Edits.

Policy Editorials.

Rethinking participation

A reflection on the prospects and potential for communities and their natural resources in the light of their own traditions, inner character and the forces impinging upon them.

The Guardians of Life

Testimonies of communities resisting and reconstructing, the beauty in struggle, resilience and strength found in being fully alive in troubled times.

Can mahua seeds provide Adivasis a reliable livelihood? 

Mahua seed harvesting practices of the tribals are non-invasive & can promote conservation.

A clash of worldviews

How the modern world can learn from Indigenous cultures

Finding A Pathway For Freshwater Diversity Conservation

To what length Government policies can enable local communities to come up with ecologically friendly conservation measures?

Colonisers and colonized

Living in a non-colonising way; resistance coupled with alternatives, often conceived of as prefigurative politics, can indeed lead to justice, equity, and sustainability.

Living bioregionally, now

One compelling idea being put forward is that of bioregional forms of governance, which start from the biophysical realities of ecosystems, which are particular and even unique to places.

River Walks, Mutual Aid and Open Futures

As we move ahead trying to resolve our challenges with a changing planet, mutual aid and attribution may be our keys to an equitable future.

Restoring Indian grasslands does not require disturbing soil and planting grasses, but more science

Grassland productivity is driven by rainfall, not by the absence of soil fertility or the need for ‘improved grass varieties.