Wetlands in Mumbai
India's biggest challenge in front of its growth is the impact of climate change on its populace. The country has seen unprecedented climatic conditions which have drastically created havoc in the lives and...
Solar Panels a harbinger of renewable energy in india
India's electricity sector is dominated by fossil fuels, in particular coal, which during the 2018-19 fiscal year produced about three-quarters of the country's electricity. The government, however, has consistently been making honest...
The closure sign of a shop during Covid 19
The world has seen the disruption of healthcare and urban facilities done by the onslaught of Covid-19 which has affected the activities of people all over the world, especially in constricted areas....
Happy street of Ahmedabad
The Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has recommended holistic planning for pedestrian-friendly market spaces in various cities and municipal areas in the country in consultation with stake...
4 Steps of Building Trust in Inclusive-Cities to Fight COVID Like Pandemic
All of us are highly impressed with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s leadership in steering her country through the COVID crisis. It is now one of the first countries to announce...
World Bicycle day in India
Regular physical activity of moderate intensity – such as walking, cycling, or doing sports – has significant benefits for health. At all ages, the benefits of being physically active outweigh potential harm, for example...
City Architecture of Mumbai- Dharavi
The world is negotiating extremely troubled times. Everyone seems confused, anxious, possibly afraid, perhaps trying to make sense of the perpetual uncertainty of what has just...
Bhopal
The next twelve months will be crucial from a governance point of view in Madhya Pradesh, India. An adaptive response that relies on a multi-level governance framework (centre-state-local government) will be crucial...
Children waiting at water pump to drink water
Based on the IPCC 2018 report, it is estimated if trends in climate change and land holdings in India continue at the current pace, some 600 million people or roughly half the...
Affordable Housing by Gujarat Housing Board in Rajkot
When in 2012, Gujarat Housing Board (GHB) reappeared in front of the people and the media after almost a decade long exile, there was a surge of unsettling voices among the citizens....