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Run by a Mumbai couple, why sustainable lifestyle platform Ethico could bring the wake up call we need 

Ethico was set up by a husband and wife duo who decided to share their own journey towards environmental consciousness and that of countless others

Published on 6th August 2020
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This IIT grad quit his cushy job abroad to start a school for tribal children in Assam's Majuli

Bipin Dhane, an IIT Kharagpur graduate, quit his job in Singapore to contribute towards the education sector. He set up the Hummingbird School in Assam's Majuli island to teach Mising tribe children

Published on 23rd June 2020
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How this IIT Madras researcher helped triple the Irrawaddy Dolphin Population in Chilika Lake

The researchers conducted geotechnical, hydraulic and satellite imagery studies to developed a dredging methodology with minimum impact on the lake's ecosystem

Published on 29th May 2020
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Why every coffee enthusiast should look out for the documentary 'C for Coffee'

The documentary C for Coffee focuses on the state of coffee in our country and how it affects the lives of several people who are dependent on it, we find out more

Published on 27th May 2020
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Cigarettes, food wrappers among most common ocean pollutants: Study

The analysis revealed that most common items on the ocean are fishing line, plastic, metal cans, plastic beverage bottles, glass bottles, food wrappers, rope, plastic bags and construction waste 

Published on 6th May 2020
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How Dakshin Foundation is collaborating with grassroots NGOs to help migrant fishermen get home

This Bengaluru-based Foundation has been working with stakeholders of the fishing community for many years. Now, with the support of national networks, they are working to keep these families safe

Published on 1st May 2020
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Here's a list of all the services, activities that will be available from April 20

The list was tweeted by Union Law and Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad which includes healthcare, agriculture, horticulture, fisheries and animal husbandry

Published on 19th April 2020
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A nomadic boy called this Kochi policeman and asked for food. What he did next will surprise you

The nomads in Kerala do not have access to the free provisions that the government supplies through the PDS. Which is why what this SI did was particularly heartwarming

Published on 8th April 2020
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The James Dyson Award 2020 is open for entries and they are looking for inventors solving big problems

In addition to the International winner, in 2020 the JDA will crown a second winner, focused on Sustainability for the first time

Published on 23rd March 2020
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No school, no surfing: This Kovalam School offers free classes, surf lessons to kids from the fishing village

The Kovalam Surf Club runs a unique educational programme for the children of Vizhinjam Fishing Village and they have managed to make a huge impact by combining academics and surfing lessons

Published on 3rd February 2020
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Why Mumbai's at-risk kids love their School on Wheels more than regular classes

Bina Seth Lashkari, the founder of the iconic Door Step School in Mumbai, speaks to us about the importance of education and why every child should be introduced to learning at an early age

Published on 29th January 2020
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Ever considered escaping to a farm or a forest? Check out these great places in Odisha

A recent by travel company Luxury Escapes India stated that the present generation wants to be more sustainable when they travel and have lower-carbon-footprint holidays

Published on 11th December 2019
Tamil Nadu Dr J Jayalalithaa Fisheries University

Here's how this fisheries university became the best in Tamil Nadu in just 30 months 

The scope in agriculture and fisheries has increased in the past few years and fisheries studies is booming the most, said the VC

Published on 2nd December 2019
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This cartoonist just mapped Kochi's biodiversity. And you'll love it! 

We find out more about the project that has mapped every corner of Kochi in a graphically and visually stunning manner. It is a part of an international project to learn more about biodiversity

Published on 27th November 2019
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Should our kids be consumed by the earth? A big fat ‘RIP’ doesn’t solve the problem of abandoned borewells

The administration typically reacts by decreeing that such quarry ponds should be fenced, and abandoned bore-wells securely capped to avoid future accidents. But where are those?

Published on 16th November 2019

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