Nature better off with indigenous people, indicates global report
“Recognizing the knowledge, institutions and values of indigenous peoples and local communities ... enhances... nature conservation”
Kerala man distributes 10,000 mud pots worth Rs 6 lakh for free to give birds water
On a mission to distribute 10,000 earthen pots for free to people willing to provide water for hapless birds reeling under the scorching heat.
Transitioning to Sustainable Development Goals for Water
In dryland areas, falling groundwater levels may be causing working handpumps and borewells to go dry, requiring large capital expenditure.
Clean up Drive Helps Bird species Return to Mumbai After 80 Years!
"We, as citizens, need to take up the mantle for ensuring cleaner air and healthy surroundings,”
Darjeeling Himalayas gets a people-centric early warning system for landslides
All it takes for the system to work is a tipping bucket rain gauge, a rainfall threshold chart, whistle, mobile messenger and a billboard.
Meet the young man who, in a small way, is doing more to save Delhi’s ecology than its politicians
The walk is conducted by the light of the full moon - people (experience) nature without ... even simple torches!
India’s sustainable energy superheroes shine at the Ashden Awards
The Ashden Awards are a globally recognised measure of excellence in the field of sustainable energy and winners receive tailored support
Peeling away traditional Rajasthani cooking
On using peels, seeds, pits and even watermelon rinds to make dishes ranging from subzi (cooked vegetable) to fried snacks.
Facing the future of development
These initiatives have stayed or even reversed rural-urban migration and attempted gender and caste justice without trashing the environment.