IPCC author Aditi Mukherji on energy transition in agriculture and water security
Mukherji discusses the low emission pathways in the water-energy-food nexus, the importance of matching the right crops to the right regions and the need for context-specific understanding of groundwater use.
What if we designed homes to stay cool?
Ways in which residential buildings can be made cooler – a set of techniques called ‘passive design’ because they do not require the expending of energy for cooling.
Confluence of Academia and Traditional Knowledge Systems: Towards Climate Resilient Agriculture
The macro and micro-systems of nature work in tandem to survive. Their role in climate change resilience is paramount. Sreeja works to ensure that all community voices are heard, all-natural parts are valued and sustainability is defined in one’s own context.
Reviving the Traditional Millet Based Bio-Diverse Agricultural System in Phek District, Nagaland
A case study supported by Oakland Institute. NEN has been working with the farmers, especially women farmers and mobilizing villages in Nagaland to revive the traditional millet-based agroecology.
Balkrishna Doshi honoured with the Royal Gold Medal 2022, the world’s highest honour for architecture
Despite the availability of divergent technology, he remained closely connected with the local climate, and new and old crafts in the 20th century.