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Puvidham: A University for Sustainable Living

“Highly competitive cast of minds as well as a destructive mentality towards nature with a manifestation of dual behaviour is what the mainstream education cultivates and I had no intention to send my children to these schools. Therefore, I decided to home-school my children,” says Meenakshi.

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.

Bringing Harmony between Healthy Growing and Consuming

"Forests thrive on their own without chemicals or constant watering. On my farm, I've created a similar ecosystem. So, my team and I just do one thing: harvest the plants," says Yella Reddy

Indigenous Food: The Not-So-Secret Ingredient For Sustainability

Consumption of uncultivated foods in rural communities could help achieve food security and nutritionally diverse, sustainable diets!

The man who speaks with his heart

Nazar Bandhu, a native of Muvattupuzha, who leads the village of Chakla in West Bengal to self-sufficiency through Zero Foundation.

A Hope-fueled flight

How a primary school in a nook of Himachal Pradesh is acknowledging holistic development of children by building playful pedagogies.

If Nature was our Teacher, would things be different?

Syamantak, a commune that consciously connects open learning and sustainable living in a rural space, and embodies the art of community participation.

PMC’s rooftop organic terrace garden project inaugurated in Kalyani Nagar’s Joggers Park

Pune Municipal Corporation’s Vadgaon Sheri ward office took an initiative to develop a rooftop terrace garden at the local Joggers Park, with the involvement of local residents.

The Kadar Community Chart An Inspirational Journey Of Resilience As They Take Back Their Forests

The Kadars of Tamil Nadu, displaced from their ancestral forests in 2019, have fought hard to win back what is rightfully theirs.