A remote Indian village in Ladakh is responding to global warming-induced water shortages by creating large masses of ice, or “artificial glaciers,” to get through the dry spring months. From National Geographic.
This article from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change reports on Indian NGO Swayam Shikshan Prayog‘s network of 1,100+ women entrepreneurs across India promoting clean energy through a complete “ecosystem” approach as users, educators, providers, and supporters of clean energy.
This article from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change tells the story of how Indian NGO Swayam Shikshan Prayog has created a network of 1,100 women entrepreneurs across India who are promoting clean energy through a complete “ecosystem” approach. Most rural households in India rely on polluting energy sources like firewood and kerosene for their…
‘ATHO ANTHA PARAVAI POLA’ exposes the human induced causes of climate change and its impact on fisher folk communities in Tamil Nadu. It also raises questions on climate justice denied to these vulnerable communities.
In this case study, Harini Nagendra of Azim Premji University explores how citizens came together to change Kaikondrahalli Lake from a dry wasteland to an important locus of social activity for residents and a local biodiversity hotspot.
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The South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People showcases some excellent examples of community driven water conservation initiatives across India in the face of the 2016 drought. Compiled by Bhim Singh Rawat of SANDRP.