The tale of two sisters of Adbar shows that access to water also plays its part in determining who goes to school and who does not. Young girls should not have to miss school to fetch water
Looking at Nature with intricate, living detail can help us through the Anthropocene’s sicknesses
Fishes are very sensitive to changes in water quality. When rivers get dry or become fragmented into isolated pools, what happens to fishes and turtles?
The southwest monsoon 2019 would be remembered for the twists and turns and the numerous rainfall records it broke, despite a late onset and 33 per cent deficient rainfall until June end
Tourism is a significant contributor to global warming. While many tourist hotspots have managed to keep pollution and resource degradation within check, most are struggling and getting polluted and degraded
Hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure, is no longer confined to the rich or city-dwellers. It is spreading in rural India, which has fewer doctors, worse health facilities
The small farmers are getting affected because of the high cost of feed, which is around 70% of the total cost of production. These farmers should start making their feed, which will also help them in increasing their margins
Birds know better than us where to go, when to leave for their journey and when to stop. Our part in this journey is much more limited: it is about ensuring the bird’s resting places are safe