The air pollution concern is today widespread, but there is an incomplete agenda that needs further attention
Can Bihar combat child marriage?
Indian faiths cause a lot of environmental pollution
Agriculture key to creating jobs in India's largely informal economy
Big energy companies enter electric vehicle sector
Big energy companies like NTPC, Indian Oil and others have the financial bandwidth to build the EV infrastructure and take electric mobility forward
Mini grids: the smarter way towards rural electrification
Expansion of the electric grid has been unable to ensure universal access to power in 70 years. Decentralised mini-grids do more for last-mile connectivity
Why I mourn Dussehra: Climate change and death of seasons
People of Odisha have given a clear verdict: from number of seasons to mating habits of birds, they say everything has changed as a result of climate change
Deluge and response
The floods in Mumbai and Texas show that both India and the US are underdeveloped in disaster response and preparedness
India shocks with vaccine patent
Why did we grant Pfizer's claim on a pneumonia vaccine which has been rejected elsewhere?
E-vehicles or e-mobility?
India has unique reasons for faster adoption of electric vehicles, but we need to be bold and aggressive in our plans
DMF should look beyond infrastructure
Sanctions under a non-profit trust for the develpoment of mining disrtricts needs to ensure adequate resources to improve the quality of and access to public services
Will Modi keep his power promise?
The NDA government is more than 2,000 days behind schedule for providing electricity to all households in India
Can permaculture reverse climate change?
We can begin to reverse climate change by reducing CO2 emissions in our children’s lifetime
Permaculture is growing rapidly in India
A science meant for small scale farmers, permaculture can hugely benefit India as 67% of farmland is owned by marginal farmers
Agriculture as part of climate mitigation and adaptation
The agriculture sector contributes up to 25 per cent of the total anthropogenic emissions
Waste not the dissent
For so long we have used backyards of our cities as dumping grounds, but people in poor neighbourhoods are saying enough is enough
Breaking the mould
Microbes will always triumph over antibiotics. We can only choose the battles that will make a difference
Is climate change taking a backseat in the agenda of global alliances?
It seems at the end alliances are made for trade and business expansion while climate change takes a backseat
Growing your own food is the new gold
I wanted to grow healthy food for my family, but got much more in my journey
Can biotechnology help feed the world’s hungriest region—Asia and the Pacific?
Jharkhand’s MGNREGA sahayta kendras show the way
MGNREGA budget has declined in real terms over the years, despite claims of “highest ever” allocations
Reaping benefits of integrated farming in Zambia
A woman farmer in Chongwe district of Zambia lifted herself out of poverty through integrated and diversified farming
More dams will not solve Mahanadi water conflict
Stakeholders in Odisha suggest building more dams on Mahanadi to resolve a water-sharing conflict, but that will make matters worse
India's biodiversity and advocacy for GM seeds
What is the justification to advocate GM seeds in a country with one of the richest inventory of agricultural biodiversity
The false burden of social cost on renewable energy
The Economic Survey estimated high social cost of renewable energy, but an analysis shows many discrepancies in calculations