Spring is our favourite season at eCoexist and we celebrate it with the festival of Holi!
On 18 March, 2019, it will be exactly one year since the government of Maharashtra declared a ban on single use disposable plastic items in the state.
This newsletter is a summary of a study done by Toxics Link, New Delhi on the widespread and persistent hazard of microplastics in our environment.
In September 2017, eCoexist in collaboration with Oikos and the Ecological Society, started to gather a group of citizens to discuss whether and how we could create a city free of single use disposable plastic bags.
This newsletter contains notes from the sixth citizens meeting we conducted to evaluate the progress on the ban on single use disposable plastic bags.
Frugality. An interesting word. To me, it doesnt speak of lack and poverty. Neither does it allude to self interest or small mindedness. Frugality is about choices. It is about knowing that time is precious and choosing wisely what to spend it on.
We are coming to Mumbai to participate in the Kala Ghoda festival! Come visit our stall to see our full range of cloth solutions to the disposable plastic situation, test our beautful natural Holi colours and to discuss new ideas we are working on!
What is our vision for the future? What kind of a world do we envision for our children?
Last week, the eCoexist team gathered in the village of Ahwalwadi, to celebrate two years of work with the village women.
The idea that we are running out of time is a fundamental principle that the entire debate around sustainability is based on.