Sustainable Development By Villagers
A very obscure village in the foothills of Melghat region of Amravati district in Maharashtra (West India), Payvihir, has set an example for the country by consistently showing how.... READ MORE
How Volunteers from 50 Countries Transformed 70 Acres of Arid Land into a Lush Forest in Puducherry
Volunteers from over 50 countries have joined forces to change a 70 acre arid land into a lush forest.... READ MORE
How many men does it take to turn a rocky and parched hill, spread over a few kilometres, into a lush green paradise that birds find irresistible? The answer is one.And this man from Srirangapatna (South India) has proved it...READ MORE
Farmers in Jaisalmer use traditional ‘khadin’ agriculture to maximise their water usage for irrigation
Lapodiya, a village of 200 households in Rajasthan, is a shining example of how environment governance at the grassroots level can save a village from natural disasters.... READ MORE
Ranaram Bishnoi who saved the Desert Patch
Ekalkhori village is about 100 kms from Jodhpur, but it takes more than five hours to get there.... READ MORE
Ramgarh Shekhawati
Ramgarh was founded in 1791 by the Poddar family and it was one of the richest towns in 19th century of India.There are many towns in India named after their ruling kings or nawabs but Ramgarh Shekhawati is the only town, which is known by their Seths (business men)... READ MORE
Abdul Kareem - The Man Who Planted a Forest
Jean Giono’s 1953 story, ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ tells the tale of a shepherd named Elzeard Bouffier, who planted trees all along an Alpine Valley to recreate a desolate forest.... READ MORE
A man created forest in Assam
JadavPayeng turned a barren sandbar in North East India (Assam) into a lush new forest ecosystem.... READ MORE
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