India needs a rainbow recovery plan
... sustainable livelihoods, to be built on regenerating and safeguarding the soil, natural ecosystems, water, biological diversity, and air.
Community participation in conservation of Loktak Lake of Manipur
Members of CSOs re-introduced aquatic and semi-aquatic plants for food, for earning, and for revitalizing the ecosystem of the lake.
Fishing for a Difference
A story about an initiative that revives lakes and empowers communities
After cyclone Fani, women in a migrant fishing community start resilience fund
A go-to fund created by women to take care of small expenses and activities linked to pressing needs that follow…
Engaging Communities in Resource Monitoring: The Political Ecology of Science as the Language of Power
Community-based monitoring can play a critical role in the empowerment of local communities and their engagement in conservation.
The little fish in big rivers
Across the region, fish is always prepared in combination with local herbs, ferns, flowers and seasonal vegetables.
Finding bright spots in a darkening ocean!
A unique and sustainable food production system that not only ensures food and livelihood security but is also commercially viable
Meet India’s first and only licensed fisherwoman, KC Rekha
India’s lone licensed deep sea fisher-woman has survived monstrous tides that toss around her flimsy 20-year-old vessel.