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A village is turning cow dung to electricity

Biogas from cow dung is locally converted into electricity, saving on power bills, preventing pollution of ponds and providing organic manure and clean electricity.

Turning obstacle into opportunity in Tamil Nadu

Varadharajapuram village, which currently powers only its street lights, will soon save nearly Rs.1 lakh in electricity bills.

Recognising the role of pastoralists in agrarian development

Migration to fertile crop fields has been the norm for pastoralists to overcome environmental variabilities

Herding On The Brink: Why India Needs To Support Its Pastoralists

Traditional pastoralism is facing an existential threat. Decades of neglect require more cohesive efforts to be put in for their conservation.

On the path to reclaiming their land: the story of Banni and its Maldharis

Encroachments over Banni grassland to be removed, reinforcing Grazing Rights of Maldharis.

Traversing Climate Change

The relationship between the herd and the shepherd is one of mutual dependency; the herd is the herders' family.

Where Camels Take to the Sea

How will all of those kharais fare in a region that has become less hospitable to them?

Farm to Systems – Where is our measuring tape?

Measuring the impacts of agro-ecology, farmers realize the various benefits of diversifying their farm enterprises.

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,”