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Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam: How to Reunite India

The notion of an ‘Alliance of Civilisations’ is the guiding principle of many groups in various cities who wish to revive India’s syncretic traditions

Reviving the Traditional Millet Based Bio-diverse Agricultural System in Phek District, Nagaland

NEN has been working with the farmers, especially women farmers and mobilizing villages in Nagaland to revive the traditional millet-based agroecology.

Balkrishna Doshi honoured with the Royal Gold Medal 2022, the world’s highest honour for architecture

Despite the availability of divergent technology, he remained closely connected with the local climate, and new and old crafts in the 20th century.

A fully organic Ladakh? Towards food sovereignty on the roof of the world

... to take Ladakh where it needs to go - towards ecologically resilient and socially just food security and sovereignty.

The forbidden forests of Meghalaya

Ancient traditions can play a huge role in designing modern sustainability practices.

Pastoralism is the future

Itinerant pastoralists specialize in making sustainable use of highly variable environments to produce food.

Championing community mobilisation to conserve water resources

Farmers switch over to millets in this semi-arid village in Andhra Pradesh due to the efforts of a community resource person

Vedanthangal – Protecting our Future

Children and youth protest against the denotification of Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary by making art

Young Farmers in Ladakh: The Future of Our Food

Growing ranks of youngsters are returning to Ladakh to contribute to a new form of progress.