Rebuilding the fourth pillar of democracy
A graphic narrative to show how the medium can be revolutionised to dismantle the power and privilege of corporate-owned and government-controlled media.
Nature’s Apprentice: A Gudalur Story
Adivasis of Gudalur create sustainable, dignified livelihoods and gain collective control over their commons, in the face of the modern economy.
How Sarmoli became a poster child of ecotourism in Uttarakhand
The core of this women-led enterprise was designed around village forest commons (known as Van Panchayats).
Imagining a future where every city and its citizens claim a deep connection with its surroundings, history, knowledge systems and the commons.
Groundwater Regulation: A Challenge to make the ‘Invisible Visible’ in India
Acknowledging groundwater as ‘commons’ is an important step in the right direction.
Fish on their plate, money in their wallet
The low-cost eco-friendly aquaculture model reboots rural economies and reduces people’s vulnerability.
Activating and transforming the civic sensibilities around the issue of keeping Shimla car-free, and thereby, empowered the arguments favouring the car-free policy in the court.
Support for Auroville’s Experiments on Well-being
We need Auroville as an autonomous laboratory for evolving some pathways towards well-being and development through collective living and work.
Championing community mobilisation to conserve water resources
Farmers switch over to millets in this semi-arid village in Andhra Pradesh due to the efforts of a community resource person