The Indian school where students pay for lessons with plastic waste
Students collect over 10,000 pieces of plastic each month and transform them into eco-bricks for construction.
VSCG statement on CCFI advertorial, 3 Aug 2020
Re: Atrociously malicious and untruthful Advertorial published in the Business Standard on 29/7/2020
Madhya Pradesh’s ‘fluoride warriors’ unleash citizen science to empower community
Getting citizens to be vigilant, contribute data and having students as data producers and messengers are excellent learnings
From ‘Tent Nazir’ to ‘RTI Nazir’: Towards governance accountability in Kashmir, India
His passion for making the system accountable, through the dogged use of the RTI Act, takes up much of his…
Chennai’s complicated relationship with its dying rivers, as chronicled by artists
“This kind of art can make people come to the river, not take it to be just a dirty river…
The deshi cow milk jinx
The indigenous cattle breed owners - poor farmers, herders and nomadic pastoralists who produce most of the milk - must…
Foul air: Thermal power more to blame than crackers
The Thermal Power Plant rules could become an arena of progressive policy-making where the courts and government work together to…
Avoiding Airpocalypse: It’s Time to Move Beyond Quick Fixes and Tackle the Root Cause of Crisis
The fixation on economic growth indicators has blinded our decision-makers to the enormous social and ecological damage such growth causes.
This Bengaluru Artist Is Using Art To Draw Attention To Potholes & Provoke The Govt Into Action
Baadal Nanjundaswamy has been making art around current civic issues for the past decade.
Mumbai group spends 5 Sundays clearing 1.47-lakh kg garbage from Poisar river
“We used all our resources to gather like-minded people and started cleaning it.”