Cauvery Catchment Area

A Zero Sum Game: the State(s), the People and River Cauvery

Written by Chirag Chinnappa On Friday, the Supreme Court’s much-awaited decision on the Cauvery water-sharing dispute was accepted as a “balanced verdict” by Karnataka officials....
Global Warming

You, Me and Climate Change

Written by Rohan ParikhOur lives revolve around the triumphs of industrial and technological developments. We also witness the widespread environmental degradation as its consequence....

Garbage, Flooding, Crocodiles and Slums: The Vishwamitri Has it All

Written by Rohan ParikhFollowing a dirt path covered with brambles and wild grass reveals the languid waters of the Vishwamitri River. The faint odour...
Beijing Air Pollution

Understanding the Economic Consequences of Air Pollution

Researched by Siddhant Sachdeva Written by Gauri BansalThe question of the environment, as a constant debate between ethics and economics, has forced people to think...
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Sparking a Conversation: Ethics vs. Economics in the Environment

In our next video in the 'Sparking A Conversation' series, Dr Mahesh Rangarajan discusses the relationship between development and nature. In a country like...
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Sparking A Conversation: India, its Environment and the Future

In our next video in the 'Sparking A Conversation' series, Dr. Mahesh Rangarajan, a Professor of Environmental Studies and History, discusses the the key issues...
Panna Tiger Reserve

The Tiger, The River and The Bureaucrat: Analysing the Ken-Betwa River Linking Project

Researched by Sourya Reddy Written by Rohan Parikh The Ken-Betwa interlinking project is the first in an ambitious 30 river interlinking projects that the government has...

Forests of Flames: The Story of Wildfires

Researched and Written by Sourya ReddyThe Thomas fire, currently raging in California, has burned more than 150,000 acres since it began a little more...
“Tibet Be Dammed!”, Says China. But At What Cost?

“Tibet Be Dammed!”, Says China. But At What Cost?

Written by Rohan ParikhTibet’s glacier-fed rivers are the single largest runoff source in the whole world. It holds the Hindu Kush Himalayan ice sheet,...
Big Eater? Ignorant Towards Global Warming? Expect Less Food on Your Plate

Ignorant Towards Climate Change? Expect Less Food in the Years to Come.

Researched by Aditya Vikram Written by Sourya Reddy India has an almost never-ending list of the economic and social challenges it faces, and large doubts have...

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