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.
Bringing Women to the Forefront of Sustainable Mountain Ecosystems
“Women play a key role in nature conservation, yet they often lack the inputs, technologies, training and extension services, and various enablers and linkages that can enhance the effectiveness of their efforts."
Banswara’s migrant tribal labourers are now proud organic farmers
Tribal farmers are now becoming torch bearers of organic cultivation in the state where the government is pushing for zero-budget farming to increase farmers’ income and restore soil health and fertility.
Top ecologist suggests 4 ways to minimise damage caused by cyclones
Locals should look for alternative plantations, which are native and more resistant to strong winds, but, at the same time, have financial value.
Teachers of the future: Teachers’ Voices from an urban school farming project (The Ragi Project)
Teachers' voices on the impact of an urban school farming project (The Ragi Project) - on the teachers and on their teaching