Where from did hope and resilience arise? How do we continue with a positive frame of mind in the face of epochal upheavals that scar and disrupt millions of lives?
24 Jul 2021
The novel throws light on the little-heard and often-misrepresented accounts from Maharashtra's vast hinterland.
19 Jun 2021
This is a country which in a much-lauded effort had championed the manufacture of generic HIV/AIDS medicines that eventually provided treatment access to thousands.
28 May 2021
Perhaps we can, and we should, for as we cope and heal, a sense of shame and self-criticism can persuade us to dream of a better tomorrow.
30 Apr 2021
Gates’ book and his wide-ranging influence through their foundation have implications for acceptability and adoption of certain geoengineering methods that he advocates.
03 Apr 2021
A large part of the problem lies in industrial scale, high input agriculture and farming practices with associated transport and processing.
06 Feb 2021
The end of a particularly interesting or horrid year, depending on whether or not you enjoy quoting Chinese proverbs, does provoke you to play fortune teller for once.
26 Dec 2020
As a greenhouse gas, it is about 80 times more powerful than carbon-dioxide over a 20 year time horizon.
21 Nov 2020
Amidst the news circus and news fakery, which have made life even more exciting in the vortex of the pandemic, there just popped up a piece of welcome diversion.
25 Oct 2020
Women activists and politicians are not exempt from the demons that hide in the folds of socmed’s soiled pyjamas.
19 Sep 2020
This second issue of ideal versus non-ideal images of parenthood is one around which most of the rhetorical discussions tend to crystallise.
22 Aug 2020
We may not have met but I have sure been watching you.
25 Jul 2020
Despite the summer sun, you are protected much of the way by the shade of living root bridges that cover the bicycle tracks. Squirrels play overhead, birdsong animates the world.
05 Jul 2020
This is the time for increasingly investing in the education and training of solar and wind power engineers, PV installers, ecologists, marine biologists and green design professionals to name a few.
13 Jun 2020
There is an element of hope embedded in the act of conjuring up the post-coronavirus world.
16 May 2020
Researchers agree that climate change will increase the risk and disease burden of viruses transmitted by this particular dark-coloured bloodsucking pest.
11 Apr 2020
It is being realised that by telling stories, we can resist the slow slide to chaos and prepare for a just, equitable and environment-conscious future.
21 Mar 2020