Stewards of Food Culture and Biodiversity: Voices from the Northeast
Indigenous communities of Northeast India are guardians of its unique biodiversity and food culture.
Banni pastoralists see success in battle for survival
“After 10 years of use, a Nano car would go to Bhangarwala (mechanical waste collector) whereas Banni Buffalo will produce at least four new buffa...
A campus habitat for butterflies
College Students plan to use their expertise to create more Butterfly parks on other campuses.
The Garden of My Childhood
We can and must conserve our natural legacies, and become the guardians of so many values, so many little sovereignties and stolen afternoons ...
SayTrees is making Bangalore Smile by giving it a new green cover
SayTrees has helped Bangalore reclaim some of its natural beauty by planting saplings around 14 lakes, and at several other locations.
Thanks to Zaheerabad, Nagaland ‘rediscovers’ millets
The North East Network revived millet farming in the village, and organised a millets festival on August 30 this year, attended by women farmers fr...
Celebrating India’s Riverine Fisheries on the World Fisheries Day
Riverine fisheries support vulnerable communities and contribute to food sovereignty of far-flung places.They're true ambassadors of healthy and li...
In the lion's den: The Indian women who answer cat calls
For women forest guards working in India's Gir sanctuary, the only home to Asiatic lions, protecting and rescuing big cats is all in a day's work.
Kharai camels to get protection as endangered species
Recognition for Kutch's 'swimming camels', as a separate breed, will also illuminate the life of the Maaldhari community whose livelihood is intert...