Indigenous Peoples Day: Through the Lens of Women
Sensing the urgency to document traditional knowledge that elders possess, Chirhah has helped make films like ‘Millet-Securing livelihoods’
From Close Quarters: Protecting an Adivasi Culture the State Wants to Destroy
The unrest in and around Bastar is fundamentally about respect, dignity and trust in our behaviour towards other people
Conservation Education: Planning to Educate, Educating to Plan
The deliberations were focused and upheld a high quality, stressed on group activities and ensured a high degree of participation.
While the World Fells Trees to Construct Buildings, Raipur Demolishes Buildings to Make a Forest
18 acres of land has been set apart to create an oxy-zone which will breathe out much-needed fresh air for this much polluted city
Mumbai group spends 5 Sundays clearing 1.47-lakh kg garbage from Poisar river
“We used all our resources to gather like-minded people and started cleaning it.”
Schoolchildren turn wetland warriors
The group has already collected about 3,000 signatures in two phases, besides engaging fellow students in discussions on the campaign.
A Space of Freedom
How an arts outreach initiative and an environmental justice campaign are together transforming public life in Chennai.
How Her Travels and Experiences Inspired Backpacker Madhu Reddy to Become an Organic Farmer
Madhu Reddy talks about the journey that inspired her to return to her family farm and convert it into a chemical-free establishment.
Learning from the land: a Kerala school's emphasis on nature
Students walk bare-foot on the red, loamy soil, amid peacocks and rabbits. They harvest organic fruits and vegetables such as mangoes, pumpkin, gua...