To beat the drought, women farmers of Anantapur have entered the millet revolution in Andhra
With government support, they are now falling back to their traditional farming practices for a better living.
The big deal about the small grains
These small grains are filled with nutrition, and are the ultimate survival food, as they can grow in the harshest of climates and the poorest of s...
Fishers turn climate scientists to save beaches
A community-managed shoreline monitoring project is tracking changes to beaches to safeguard an ecosystem that is vital for fisherfolk
India's first Land Art Festival
Through this land art festival we will be celebrating our land, our soil, our food and nature...
The Search For Radical Alternatives: Key Elements And Principles
This could be a powerful new movement to provide some light at the end of what currently seems a very dark passage through which India is moving.
Usha, dawn of hope and dignity
The Usha Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd. is not just a bank but a life-changing platform for nearly 23 thousand sex workers in Kolkata
Millets should be in PDS, says lobby
On the MiNI's national campaign to bring millets (which are nutritious and suit India's agro-climatic conditions) into the PDS.
Glimpses of Kachchh Vikalp Sangam
The sixth Vikalp Sangam gathering was organised at Bhuj by local groups and individuals ...
The Chizami model of development
How women in a remote Nagaland village are bringing about transformation rooted in traditional Naga practices