Re-imagining food: Do we have the stomach for it?
Hunger ... is not due to lack of food, but lack of justice
Lessons on coexistence with the environment from two tribal districts in Odisha
Over 60 varieties of crops, including paddy, millets, legumes, leaves, tubers and vegetables are grown during a season in a…
Can the coronavirus save the planet?
Across the globe today there is a re-birth of radical democracy, often led by women or by youth
Reclaiming the Swadeshi from our economists
A new Arthaśāstra, aligned with the dharma of our times, where gender roles have been redefined, laws are firm yet…
स्थलांतरावर मात करणारे कळवंडे गाव (in Marathi)
पुरुष मंडळी फळबागांच्या नगदी लागवडीत गुंतली तर स्त्रिया बारमाही भाजीपाला लागवडीत नी विक्री व्यवसायात.
Women come out of the woods: collectivisation in rural Maharashtra
Gadchiroli’s women first came together to protest mining in their forests. Now, they’re calling the shots
A warning note
A song that is an ultimatum to the authorities that the community will protect what is rightfully theirs
A Kerala Botanist’s Affair With an Unlikely 17th Century Book
Of all the plants of Malabar, what is it that “if applied on the left toe improves the clarity of…
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.
Ducks wade through paddy fields to bump up profits
"... considering our low cost/zero cost inputs in comparison to the chemically grown rice, our profits per bigha are higher,”