Rivers and Human Rights: We are the River, the River is Us?

What does it mean for a river to have rights? What are the implications for the rivers, those living in/on/along them, and for the rest of nature?

Elections Make a Mockery of Democracy

Day-to-day decisions, including crucial ones that impact a large number of people, are predominantly taken by elected politicians and the bureaucra...

इमली महुआ - स्वातंत्र्याची शाळा (शिक्षण, शिकणं आणि शाळा याविषयी चिंतन) (in Marathi)

प्रत्येक विद्यार्थी दररोज आपण काय करायचं ते ठरवत आलेला आहे. मुलं आपण निवडलेल्या गोष्टीत दिवसभर मग्न राहतात एवढं खरं!

मी, लोकनृत्य आणि वृक्षदिंडी (in Marathi)

आपण सर्व एकाच उर्जेचा भाग आहोत ही जाणीव बहुतेक आदिम संस्कृृतीत असलेली दिसते - एका हौशी, सोप्या वाटणार्‍या लोकनृत्यातून जगण्याचं तत्वज्ञानच उभं राहिलं.

प्लास्टिकविरोधी लढाईला काडीचा आधार (in Marathi)

याच वर्षी मुंबईतील हाॅटेल व बार व्यवसायांनी पण पेयांसह काडी देणे थांबवले आहे, किंवा त्या ऐवजी कागदी काडी देणे सुरू केले आहे

Musings on Education, Learning and Schooling in the context of Imlee Mahuaa School

Every child has determined what he/she will do at School that day. Every child is busy throughout the day, engrossed in whatever he/she has chosen...

‘Nature’s Grandchildren’

Rabindranath Tagore illuminates how metropolitan humanity’s growing alienation from the natural world drains it of vitality which it could possess ...

The Eloquence of Silence

The choice is between speaking up and keeping quiet

With nature for company

Merging traditional way of understanding weather with science and technology can augment adaptation to climate change too.

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