India’s Reported Heat Wave Deaths Are Just the Tip of the Iceberg
Between 1992 to 2015, heat waves caused between 400 to 3000 deaths per year. However, these death numbers are gravely underreported, something which has caught the eye of the government too. Why are heat-related illnesses and deaths under-reported, and what impact does this data gap have on preparing for this extreme weather event?
Does the Budget’s Push for Clean Energy Account for the 21.3 Million Indians Employed...
As the 2022 Budget pushes for renewable energy to replace polluting sources, long-term jobs must be generated at scale for a just transition.
Milking Money: Tracing How Religion Shapes Perceptions of India’s Dairy Industry
Indian cow slaughter prevention laws result in policies and movements that detrimentally impact human rights, animal welfare, and climate change.
The Different Hues of Green Painting the 2022 State Legislative Assembly Elections
How have contesting parties waging the 2022 state assembly elections in Punjab, Goa, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Manipur been talking ‘green’?
Milking Money: Why the Dairy Industry Is Proving To Be Expensive for India’s Farmers...
Shweta Sood explores the ₹11,35,700 crore Indian dairy industry’s foundations, and how it shapes incomes and the environment.
“Slow Onset” Climate Hazards Are Upon Us. How Are We Responding to Them?
There is a growing need to understand slow onset climate processes, especially for informing long-term adaptation policy measures to address the cumulative and compounding nature of their climate impacts.
Channelling the Right to Work Towards Climate Resilient, Sustainable Livelihoods
The cumulative effect that MNREGS activities can have on reducing agriculture, disaster, and livelihood-based vulnerabilities of rural households is staggering, and frankly quite underrated.
Documenting Displacement, Climate Crises, and Trauma: All In a Day’s Work For Environmental Reporters
With environmental reporters covering the worst of the climate crises, what can media houses do to support a healthy work environment for them?
Trailing A Path of Non-Anthropogenic Jurisprudence Amidst the Climate Crisis
In the age of the Anthropocene, can the world’s rapid biodiversity losses be mitigated by shifting to a non-anthropogenic legal paradigm?
“Our Handwriting May Be Bad, But Our Message is Clear”: Doctors Are Worried About...
What roles can doctors play in communicating the ill effects of air pollution to patients, and can their role go beyond hospitals?