Climate Change
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.

Kishore Saint passes on …

He spent his life implementing Gandhian ideas, advocating for local self-governing institutions of tribals and local people. He was a patron of local culture and spiritual practices.

At 75, is India behaving like a responsible elder? Its ecological record does not indicate it is…

How can livelihood security and dignity be ensured for hundreds of millions of people in ways that also ensure ecological security?

Groundwater Regulation: A Challenge to make the ‘Invisible Visible’ in India

Acknowledging groundwater as ‘commons’ is an important step in the right direction.

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.

Putting Earth’s Life-support Systems on Fire, Equity and Justice Forgotten

We need to demand that all nations take immediate corrective steps to act honestly and genuinely on the above mentioned climate actions, bring many people’s alternatives into serious consideration and review these as genuine alternative pathways to a sustainable and equitable world

Environment and 2022 Budget: Amrit Kaal or Vish Kaal?

Environment is given a few token sops, while in fact financial allocations continue to fuel an economy that is fundamentally unsustainable.

Adivasis At COP 26: Our Worldviews Must Be Respected And Emulated To Ensure Climate Justice

"We were termed backward and inferior because of our worldview but now the world is waking up to its importance"- Archana Soreng