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....
The recent rise of civic activism in India for local and national issues exposes key challenge – Citizens are unhappy & anguished. They are discovering what they care about. They...
Budget 2020 by Government of India
Indian budget, Budget2020, preparation process now over and to be presented on the floor of the parliament by the Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1, 2020. The people of...
A vendor selling flowers | Photo by Sankalpa Joshi from Pexels
Globalisation vs ‘Right to the city’ Over the years, economic policies and strategies adopted for sustainable urban development had resulted in a persistent unequal distribution of income and...
Fire Fighters fighting Australia Bushfire
We have seen enough of what has been happening in forests of Amazon, US state of California and more significantly recently in Australian bushfire episode. All through these...
Himalaya by Photo by Prakash Aryal from Pexels
The mighty Himalayas is facing a Himalayan crisis of plastic menace. The picturesque Himalaya is infested with widely strewn plastic packets and polythene and it is impacting nature.
Climate change is real, and we all feel its effects. It is heartening to see a lot of individual action and small changes around us in the way we live and work...