Tuesday, May 24, 2022

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Harnessing the unrealised potential of agroforestry in curbing climate change in India

Experts believe that increasing the area under agroforestry could also fulfil multiple Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations.

The balance between jobs in the renewable energy and fossil fuel sectors could play...

Renewable energy jobs are claimed to embrace the shifting millions, involved directly or indirectly in the coal sector. But the transition is far more complex than it appears.

Fr. Stan Swamy will be Remembered for his Commitment to Justice and an Undefeatable...

Stan Swamy was a well-know human rights activist from India who passed away recently. He was serving his term in jail for his alleged involvement in the Elgar Parishad case and was not granted bail on medical grounds.


Here is an exhaustive and engaging book review of 'The Science of Peace' authored by Suman Khanna Aggarwal.

What Lies Behind the Failure of PESA: India’s Greatest Initiative to Empower Tribal Communities

The article discusses why the PESA despite being such an important step to empower tribal communities in the nation failed to fulfil its expectations.

Education to Achieve Social Justice and Equality:A commentary on NEP 2020

The following article looks at the NEP 2020 and its potential for generating social justice and equality.
The Maguri beel in upper Assam has been the main source of food and sustenance for the people who live around it. Photo by Jitendra Raj Bajracharya/ICIMOD.

Sustainability of Brahmaputra basin needs transboundary cooperation

The article underlines the need for trans-border cooperation to revive and sustain the Brahmaputra.

126 Nobel Laureates Issue Timely Warning on Crucial Issues, Fail to Address Significant...

The article discusses the recent statement issued by several noted Nobel Laureates of the world.
A lonely child sleeping on the pavement/TNL Archives

Understanding the Crisis of India’s ‘COVID-Orphans’

The massive impact of the pandemic has left countless children orphaned, can we choose to turn a blind-eye to their pathological state and resultant vulnerability?
We seem almost addicted to the internet, often at the cost of the environment.

Rural Internet Connectivity in India: Gaps and Challenges 

The article looks at the crisis of poor internet connectivity in rural India and how this impacts its prospects and connectivity to the outside world especially amid the COVID-19.

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