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Back to the roots, an eco-friendly journey
Gulf News

Back to the roots, an eco-friendly journey

As nations ponder food security, the Kondhs and India's other tribes show how to enjoy a nutritious diet without damaging the ecosystem Earlier this year, I was invited to a two-day tribal foods festival at Bisamcuttack, in the eastern Indian state ... Gulf News, 3 days ago

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Down to Earth, 3 weeks ago

A road runs through it

The Narendra Modi government may be concerned about clean India but does it have a somewhat blinkered view when it comes to green India? That's what many environment experts are saying after the government proposed a series of changes to the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago

Indigenous journalism: rich with stories but 'extremely under-resourced'

In an October 2013 interview with Mongabay , the freelance photojournalist Erik Hoffner observed that one of the biggest challenges working in the field of environmental journalism is that "It's an extremely under-resourced and largely freelance ...
 Intercontinental Cry1 week ago

When silhouettes echo a cause

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Gaurav Jai Gupta's line V, on show in the city, weaves in tribal tunes and the Kucheipadar villagers revolt against bauxite mining It began with the sound of revolution. Delhi-based designer Gaurav ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Engineering And Mining Journal

Communities and Sustainability: More Than Mitigation

Despite extensive CSR programs, Barrick Gold's $8.5 billion Pascua Lama copper-gold project high in the Andes mountains has been met with considerable community protests, leading to its Q4 2013 suspension. By Joseph Kirschke, News Editor-Mining ...
 Engineering And Mining Journal1 month ago

Sudeep Chakravarti's new book discusses human rights in the business context in India

NEW DELHI: How could one of India's largest and most respected corporate house - Tata Steel, who prides itself on its unwavering commitment to human rights, get it so wrong twice over; in Kalinga Nagar and in Singur? How could an isolated fishing ...
 Economic Times1 month ago New book talks about the road from MoUs to MAOism  Business Standard India1 month ago

Concern over Government's moves to dilute the need for Gram Sabha consent in violation of the forest rights act

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. September 12, 2014: Recent media reports suggest that the Central government is planning to weaken protective legislations that ensure rights of ...
 AlertNet2 months ago
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