Are Micro-Grids for Rural Electrification the Answer?
The community identified the forces that spun their old vicious cycle and determined what to change to start a more virtuous one.
The draft seeds bill favours the industry over farmers
The current seeds bill bears the imprint of the seed industry which never masks its displeasure at the enabling provisions granted to farmers
Less Rice, More Nutritious Crops Will Enhance India’s Food Supply, Study Says
Planting more coarse cereals including millets could increase protein, iron; climate resilience; and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
On Homestays and Conservation in Ladakh - Sherab Dolma interviewed
All the women in the village feel empowered and they really like it when people come from outside, sharing news and views.
Restoration is no substitute for undisturbed forests.
Though actively-restored fragmented forest patches recover better than those simply 'protected', undisturbed forests are the best.
Ladakh's UT Status Should Mean Ladakh's Values Are Not Stolen By Development
The world is not merely its physical reality, but rather, invisible living forces and potencies are constantly present in it and are on the move.
Not Green, but Greenwash
A lasting technological solution to ecological challenges leads to the next generation of ecological problems.
What are appropriate technologies for Smallholders?
The master mason, who despite being illiterate at times, is able to create unparalleled precision in the functioning of such devices.
Wealthy Indians Must Eat Differently from Those Whose Rights They Defend
Would we acknowledge that the costs of a mutton biryani, that we are tempted to order occasionally, are too high?