IPCC author Aditi Mukherji on energy transition in agriculture and water security
Mukherji discusses the low emission pathways in the water-energy-food nexus, the importance of matching the right crops to the right regions and the need for context-specific understanding of groundwater use.
कोल्हापुरात आहे प्रदूषणमुक्तीचे आदर्श मॉडेल; धुण्याची चावी, तलाव (In Marathi)
रंकाळा परिसरातील धुण्याची चावी हे एक बदलत्या काळातही प्रदूषणमुक्तीचे आदर्श मॉडेल म्हणून ओळखले जाते
Puvidham: A University for Sustainable Living
“Highly competitive cast of minds as well as a destructive mentality towards nature with a manifestation of dual behaviour is what the mainstream education cultivates and I had no intention to send my children to these schools. Therefore, I decided to home-school my children,” says Meenakshi.
The architect leading restoration of Telangana’s historic stepwells
In Telangana, home to over 500 stepwells, Kalpana, along with her community works to build self-reliance by connecting to the water source and replenishing it.
Revival of old irrigation tanks will work wonders: expert
Telangana sits on a treasure trove of thousands of old irrigation tanks which if revived can support cultivation
Meet the Water Warrior, Laxman Singh, Who Invented a New Method of Water Conservation
"The Chauka system is designed to hold a nine-inch water level, spread over a field. The moisture is reused by draining, to plant forests or to grow crops,”
Using His Own Savings, Teacher Revives 22 Ancient & Neglected Lakes, Ponds
The effort has helped about 1,500 people access clean water from the freshly rejuvenated ponds and lakes
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.