Remembering Dhrubajyoti Ghosh…
... a storehouse of ecological thinking and an ethical anchor that is rarely found in South Asia’s environmental landscape.
Mumbai sighting of Olive Ridley hatchlings may not be as rare as imagined
It is entirely possible that it is only due to the regular clean-up of this 2.5-km-long beach (since 2015) that the turtles have returned.
Vembanad’s fishing community protects their fish with sanctuaries
To protect the fish resources, the traditional fishing community of Vembanad Lake has started constructing fish sanctuaries in the lake
Dhrubajyoti Ghosh: The Intrepid Ecologist and his ‘laboratory of survival’
“We count the number of millionaires, but not the millions of pickers who are active in our nation’s backyards.”
The Journey of Shillong’s Waste-pickers to become Compost Suppliers to Meghalaya Raj Bhawan
They truly uphold the dignity of labour and have come to be known for their sense of happiness, unity, and cooperation.
Today I left the road, went to the margins.
Something like this comes outside my house, every morning, And blinds me, day after day, To see beyond the road, into the margins.
How Thousands of Children in Pune Prevented Over 50 Tonnes of Plastic from Reaching the Sea
Most children, seeing images of marine life and birds choked to death on plastic, connect human practices and the destruction of creatures.
What does rights of rivers mean?
This would require challenging government agencies, international “development” views and re-thinking the basic ethics of our societies.
Alappuzha gets recognised by UNEP for its solid waste management practices
This city in Kerala has adopted decentralised waste management and is pushing for 100 per cent segregation in all the 23 wards