EXTRAORDINARY WORK OF ‘ORDINARY’ PEOPLE: BEYOND PANDEMICS AND LOCKDOWNS
Re. capacity building to govern and manage food, health, water, energy, shelter, education, and other basic needs and aspirations, to be selfreliant
Millet farmers devise mechanism to counter Climate Change
Millets - our heritage crops - are highly nutritious and climate resilient. They ensure food, nutrition, fodder, ecological and livelihoods security.
The road to sustainability
Organic farming is more economical (cost of inputs), uses less water (no need for large dams), and produces more yield.
This Chemistry Professor’s Fight for Arsenic-free Water in Villages of Assam is Slowly Bearing Fruit
More and more schools adopt this technology, train teachers and ask students to build Arsiron Nilogon as science projects
Social Media aiding Conservation of Wetlands in Kerala
Ensuring that water quality is restored will will result in positive economic returns for the tourism industry as well as local stakeholders
New Grading Machine Helps Small Farmers
Agro-waste falls off the upper deck; small grain collects in one tub and the good grain remains in the middle deck, collecting in a separate tub.
Engaging Communities in Resource Monitoring: The Political Ecology of Science as the Language of Power
Community-based monitoring can play a critical role in the empowerment of local communities and their engagement in conservation.
Gutter gas fueled tea boosts chaiwala's livelihood
Can a Chai stall be run with Zero expenditure on Energy?