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How the Ease of Doing Business is Stifling Environmental Democracy in...

Written by Arpitha Kodiveri Against the backdrop of an overwhelming pro-Modi-mandate, the BJP-led government has been working on several amendments during the election period. The...

Of Politics and the Environment: Understanding India’s Need for Green Parties

Written by Rizowana Hussaini “Future is Green, Green is Future”. These words greet every visitor of the India Greens Party’s website, one of India’s few...

The Art of Academic Discourse: Kartikeya Sarabhai

Kartikeya Sarabhai (KS), Founder and Director of the Centre for Environmental Education (CEE), is one of the world’s leading environmental educators. A Padma Shri...

Of the people, By the People, but For Whom? Building Environmental...

Written by Sourya Reddy Another election season is upon us, and the echoes of electoral promises are getting louder and more chaotic. Amidst this “festival...

What the Frack: Is India Ready for Shale?

Co-authored by Sunalika Singh and Charith Reddy As the third largest consumer of energy in the world, India is far from energy independence; with the...

Of Governance and Garbage

Written by Ahan Bezbaroa With rousing revelations, such as the IPCC’s recent Special Report that identified 1.5 degrees Celsius as the limit to which the...

Weighing Priorities within India’s Coastal Contests

Co-authored by Kanishk Srinivasan and Pratik Purswani Coastal Regulation Zones (CRZs) attempt to address the vagaries of development along India’s coastline. Before 1991, very little...

Disaster Management in Kerala: Coming up Short and Dirty

Written by Ayushi Ghosh and Tanay Gokhale The floods that ravaged Kerala were ruthless in their destruction. The physical damage to infrastructure is staggering; 11,000...

Recycling India’s Waste Woes: A Two-Pronged Solution

Written by Tanay Gokhale Alongside a seventh of the world’s population and a fast-growing economy, India is also home to a huge waste problem. Every...

Forest Development, but at Whose Cost?

Written by Armaan RMIndia became a world-leader in agroforestry when it became the first country to adopt a National Agroforestry Policy, back in 2014....

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