The flush toilet system and the sewage system, which goes with modern day personal hygiene and cleanliness, are part of the environmental problem and not the solution. Consider the huge amount of clean water that is used to carry a small quantity of human

The poisoning of India's rivers has left nothing for traditional fisherfolk

Walking with Phekia Devi along the Ganga in Bhagalpur, Bihar

Fisher communities in Bihar are caught in the dragnet of conservation

Restoring waterbodies and making traditional fisherfolk stakeholders in fisheries development may save this fast disappearing tribe

How a traditional community in Hardwar lost its identity

Reclaiming traditional tanks may help tide over troubled waters

Riverine fisherfolk, arguably the oldest among traders, are being sold down the river. An unholy synergy of poisoned rivers, government apathy and commercial interests has scripted the epitaph of the original stewards of the river. Ironically, their

Proposed norms on effluent discharge into Narmada tributary questioned

the recently-released comptroller and auditor general (cag) 2000 report has revealed that river pollution is on the rise as sewage finds its way into river bodies and pollution parameters are