Industrial and other Manmade Disasters
Local communities and gram sabhas better understand the local complexities than the local administrations while dealing with a crisis situation.
Leo Saldanha of Environment Support Group speaks on rethinking aspects of our governance system in post-pandemic times.
Women experience the effects of the COVID-19 crisis in different, often more negative ways. How are they coping?
River erosion, so intense, that the whole village is in danger. As the government’s help seems a distant dream, locals carry out Satyagrah to expose their plight to the authorities.
Swollen rivers engulf houses and erode banks in Bihar while the government turns a blind eye to this annual misery.
The book outlines how to reverse the short- and long-term effects of climate change over the next three decades.
Incessant rains and floods continue to batter Bihar killing people and livestock, while putting more lives at risk as people continue to wait for government help.
Ravaged by the severe tropical cyclone that struck the region this summer, the livestock and fishes have taken a hit, impacting people's livelihoods.
Cyclone Amphan wreaks havoc in the Sunderbans at a time when the country was already battling a large spread of Covid-19.