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Tigers: Behind the Lens of India’s Pride

The Project Tiger initiative was created under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 for the safety and well being of the national animal of the...
Life in Plastic, Not Fantastic

Life In Plastic, Not Fantastic: Is there an answer to New Delhi’s woes?

Written by Stuti PachisiaDelhi’s ever-expanding population has dimmed the chances of ensuring a sustainable future for itself. As a city with over 22 million...
The Kavoor Sewerage Treatment Plant is located in Mangalore, India. The facility treats wastewater before releasing it safely into a nearby river or to industrial parks where it is reused.

From Waste to Water: How Recycling Wastewater Kills Many Birds with One Stone

Humanity is at a point where indiscriminate use and pollution of water has reached a tipping point. Increasing water scarcity will not only limit...

Jal, Jangal, Zameen: The Paradox in Mumbai

Written by Stuti PachisiaMumbai is a city of dichotomies: on one hand, it invites thousands of migrants to indulge in its rapid urbanization by virtue...

Blood on India’s Sand Trail: Part II

Written by Sourya Reddy Updated on 09/09/18 India uses an estimated 450 million cubic meters of concrete annually. On average, one tonne of concrete is used...

Jal, Jangal, Zameen: Adivasis Amidst Bauxite Mining in Rayagada, Odisha

Baphlimali is a small hill, hidden away in Kashipur block in Odisha’s Rayagada district. In areas surrounding the hill live the Jhodia, Paraja, Penga...

Blood on India’s Sand Trail: Part I

Written by Sourya Reddy Updated on 09/09/18Sumaira Abdulali, one of India’s foremost campaigners against illegal sand mining, revealed in a documentary how she was physically...

Inside India’s Closet: Green Accounting

Researched and written by Sourya Reddy In 2014-15, India was the fourth largest exporter of sugar, with a share of 4.4% of the total global...

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