B’luru Residents Turn Kitchen Waste Into 100 Kg of Biogas, Help Eatery Cook 3,000 Meals/Day!

Four tonnes of processed domestic waste generate 100 kg of bio-gas which is used by a restaurant to cook 3,000 meals a day.

Should Rights for Rivers Be on the Agenda for the 2019 Elections?

While acknowledging that recognising the rights of rivers is necessary, would it also be sufficient to bring about the ethics of caring for them?

Farm ponds that dot parched Marathwada may deplete groundwater in the long run

Farm ponds can lead to privatization of water by a few, and when dug on a large scale, these schemes ignore the carrying capacity of the watershed.

Chennai’s complicated relationship with its dying rivers, as chronicled by artists

“This kind of art can make people come to the river, not take it to be just a dirty river but something that you would want to come and see. "

How Borewell Restoration Is Helping Farmers Repay Their Loans

"In areas where several borewells tap the aquifer, ... we try to convince the whole community to opt for recharge."

A Revolutionary Toilet Saves Water, Money, But It Is Ignored

“The good thing about Ecosan toilets is that families are willingly putting their own money in it, which ensures that they will use it too,”

Farmers Are Building Food Forests to Fight Climate Change, Agrarian Crisis

Mimicking forests, farmers across India have started transforming farms into a layered cropping system - climate resilient and more productive.

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

Indian Students Mail 20,000 Plastic Food Wrappers Back to Manufacturers

Producers, importers and brand owners — not municipalities — are responsible for collecting plastic waste left by their products.

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