In the words of Sunita Kashyap: “We believe in trade, not aid”
Demand for reduced taxes on trading for women’s collectives to help them effectively participate in value chains and get income security.
Today I left the road, went to the margins.
Something like this comes outside my house, every morning, And blinds me, day after day, To see beyond the road, into the margins.
Direct selling, adivasi style
The weekly Bissamcuttack market, nurturing the area’s ecologically-attuned agricultural traditions, forges a connection between consumers and farmers
Sustainable Solutions for the Urban Environment
Reduce resource use and change lifestyles to ensure that the use of all resources is within the sustainable limits of natural ecosystems.
Describing and intervening: Exploring the plurality of STS in India
Understanding how scientific knowledge is socially constructed, particularly in this era of post-truth and alternative facts.
When human beings go past language
Ganesh Devy is now focused on studying how long it will be before we move away from speech-based communication.
Comments on National Energy Policy
Energy sector should be democratised, with policy-making, decisions, management, etc. in the hands of the people along with state institutions.
Across the world, communities have embraced the opportunities of being demonetised
The beki, the Bristol pound and other social currencies have the potential to rediscover the joy of collective support.
MUSINGS: Are we getting confused again?
Sustainability is all about finding the right balance between social equity, economic prosperity and environmental conservation.