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COULD TRIBAL HONEY HUNTERS HELP SAVE THE BEES AND IMPROVE OUR FOOD SECURITY?
By Catherine Gilon . 20, 2023 in vikalpsangam.org Members of the Irula tribe harvest honey from a cliff in Nilgiris. Photo by Ramya Reddy. While in the United States and Europe, most pollinating bee colonies are managed by humans, India’s prime pollinator, Apis dorsata (the rock bee), is a wild insect. The total area of bee-dependent crops […]
Review of the book “Gustavo Esteva: a critique of development and other essays”
Gustavo Esteva remains one of the most committed post-development thinkers and public ‘deprofessionalized’ intellectuals of our time.
Guardians of life
By Shrishtee Bajpai 1) ‘Indus has a right to sing,’ said a young girl of Chumathang village in Ladakh, while we sat on the banks of the river Indus (as blue as the sky above), listening to its ruffle caused by strong winds, surrounded by the majestic Trans-Himalayas. We were talking to children about their relationship […]
COURAGE TO SPIN
How can you use existing resources responsibly? How is meaningful life and work possible? Three young people took these questions seriously. Her answer: A spinning mill from sustainable living eV
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