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Community Forest Rights & The Pandemic: Gram Sabhas Lead the Way! (Video)

Empowerment of villagers to govern and manage local natural resources can sustain economies!

Removing forest dwellers from areas to protect biodiversity costs more than involving them: report

"... Such examples of realising economic benefits have a direct positive impact on forest growth,”

सामुदायिक वन अधिकार और महामारी : ग्राम सभा ने दिखाई राह

ग्रामवासियों का स्थानीय प्राकृतिक संसाधनों पर अधिकार, उनके आर्थिक सशक्तिकरण को बढाता है

Community Forest Rights & The Pandemic: Gram Sabhas Lead the Way!

Empowerment of villagers to govern and manage local natural resources can sustain economies!

Reimagining Wellbeing: Villages opening spaces for Self-Governance

resisting mining ... and moving towards social, political, economic and ecological transformation

‘Whatever they do, project dead, we keep our land’

“You can say the project is as good as dead. Ten years is too long for any business,”

Jamguda shows the path

Community Rights of Jamguda were recognized - rights such as those to manage the forest, to collect and sell minor forest produce, etc. - in 2010.

How central Indian tribes are coping with climate change impacts

Faced with crop losses because of erratic rainfall and extreme weather, tribal farmers of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh turn to bewar and penda forms of cultivation on land considered inferior, that keeps them nourished all times of the year, but government agencies are bent on rooting out these farm practices