What we can Learn from the Tribals about Forests as a Source of Food Security

“Forests are the root of our existence. We care for forests as they provide us with food, teach us the way of life, and do not discriminate."

Scholar GN Devy's Life's Work Is The Best Reply To Those Rallying For One National Language

"As we become digitally empowered, there's a real danger of a section of people becoming digitally marginalised," he said.

The Chizami model of development

How women in a remote Nagaland village are bringing about transformation rooted in traditional Naga practices

Reviving a River, Reviving a Lost Culture

Tribal elders in downstream communities seek restoration of Myntdu River that has been destroyed by decades of coal mining.

लड़ाई पढ़ाई साथ साथ (in Hindi)

"हम बच्चों को खेती के तौर-तरीके, आदिवासी मूऱ्ति कला, स्थानीय जडी-बूटी से इलाज और परंपरागत ज्ञान व स्थानीय इतिहास के बारे में पढ़ाते हैं।"

WHAT IS LIVING AND WHAT IS DYING IN THE LIVING ROOT BRIDGES?

Can the Living Architecture (bio-engineering achievements) of the Khasis and Jaintias be transplanted to other areas...?

भूख का साथी है जंगल (in Hindi)

धरती माता को हम पूजते हैं। कंद, मूल, फल, मशरूम, बांस करील और कई प्रकार की हरी भाजी हमें जंगल से मिलती है। (On Odisha's Forest Food)

The nature of belief (in Lepcha language)

As hunger for growth and energy threatens a community of nature worshippers, they point to a different path towards development

A flawed agenda for development

A narrow focus on growth-led development is the cause of the world’s sustainability crisis, not its solution

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